Kevin Cherry is a photographic artist based in Toronto, Canada. His artistic practice surrounds narratives of community and place, focusing on queer communities and ideas of urban life. He explores stories and meaning manifested in urban environments - the structures, patterns, textures, and activities of our shared surroundings.
Kevin had his first solo photography show, Urban Mantras, at The Window Gallery in Toronto’s Church-Wellesley Village in early 2018. His photographs have also recently been exhibited in group shows and events at Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography, Akasha Art Projects, John B. Aird Gallery, OCAD University Continuing Studies Gallery, and the SNAP Photographic Art Auction for the AIDS Committee of Toronto.
In addition to his photographic art practice, Kevin is involved in Toronto's art community as an exhibition coordinator and curator. Projects include Nuit Rose, an annual nighttime festival of queer contemporary art and performance across Toronto each June, and Queer Landscapes, an exhibition series showcasing work by diverse LGBTQ+ artists from across Ontario. More information on those projects can be found here.
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