Established in 2010, the Telephone Booth Gallery is located in the Junction, a bourgeoning west end Toronto neighbourhood. The Gallery is named after its mascot - a vintage 1950’s Bell Canada telephone booth prominently displayed in the gallery’s front window. The gallery’s primary focus is to present emerging artists that express a sense of integrity and innovation in their critical art practice. The gallery also hosts invitational exhibitions of mid and senior career artists along with selected contemporary fine craftspeople and designers.
Coming from a diverse background in arts administration – Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC), Headwaters Arts, the Art Gallery of Peel – Sharlene Rankin is thrilled to curate her own gallery space.
3148 Dundas Street West - Toronto - ON - M6P 2A1
T 647 270 7903 - www.telephoneboothgallery.ca
NOTE: Gallery will be closed May 18-19.
Tues by appointment or chance
Wed - Sat 11am - 6pm
Sun 12pm - 4pm
(Please call to confirm as exhibition times can vary)
T 647 270 7903
E sharlene at telephoneboothgallery dot ca
HOW DO I GET THERE?
By TTC - Take the 40 Junction bus from Dundas West Subway Station. Jump off at St. Johns Place. Walk east a few doors to 3148.
Driving - Look for the Baker’s Dozen coffee shop on Dundas West, just past St. Johns Square.