Curated by Flavio Belli

Landscape is a feeling. It is a body. It is the city outside and the world within. It is getting there from here.


On my way to the abandon Spud Valley Gold Mine on board the MV Uchuck from Gold River to Zeballos, Vancouver Island, BC, 1973. Hand-coloured photo by John Taylor.

Flavio Belli, Curator 

Flavio Belli possesses a wide range of experience in the Canadian arts community. He is an art consultant, curator and artist. He is currently Chair of the Board of Directors for the Al Green Sculpture Studio and School and a member of the Board of Directors of the Italian community’s Columbus Centre. He was Co-Curator of The Al Green Gallery in 2013 and 2014. He served as a member of the sculpture selection committee for the McMurtry Gardens of Justice (2007-2014) while also a Board member of the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair (2004-2014). By appointment of the Governor in Council, he served two three-year terms as a member of the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board in Ottawa (2005-2012).  Flavio was Director and Curator of the Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery in Columbus Centre (1990-2005).  During that time, he was also an on-camera arts commentator for Toronto Living, for Rogers Television (1999-2004).

A visual artist in his own right, Flavio’s artworks have been shown in solo and group exhibitions since 1974 and his works form part of public and private collections.