TrépanierBaer and Feheley Fine Arts, in collaboration with the Cahén archives, presents “Discovering Oscar Cahén: The Warrior” A documentary film by Howard Brull. This documentary premieres tonight, November 21st the Palace Theatre. In conjunction with the documentary, a selection of paintings and illustrations by Oscar Cahén will be exhibited at Feheley Fine Arts, opening November 23rd, 2023.
Feheley Fine Arts, and Yves Trépanier are pleased to announce a new Oscar Cahén exhibition. A selection of paintings and illustrations by Oscar Cahén will be exhibited at Feheley Fine Arts, in conjunction with the release of the documentary film, “Discovering Oscar Cahén: The Warrior” on November 21st.
Toronto Premiere Screening Discovering Oscar Cahén: The Warrior A documentary film by Howard Brull Tuesday, November 21, 2023 Paradise Theatre 1006 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6H 1M2 Doors: 6:00 p.m. Screening: 7:00 p.m. Q & A: 8:00 p.m. To reserve tickets, click here. TrépanierBaer and Feheley Fine Arts, in collaboration with the Cahén archives, is pleased to announce the Canadian premiere of … Read More
Oscar Cahén was born in 1916 to a Jewish-German family. At the age of sixteen he was granted acceptance into Dresden’s State Academy for Applied Arts . It was 1932. Hitler came to power one year later precipitating the onset of the Second World War. Cahén and his family were forced to flee Germany after being robbed of their citizenships. … Read More
In conjunction with the opening of Discovering Oscar Cahén: The Warrior, Feheley Fine Arts and TrépanierBaer were thrilled to host an in-person talk between Sarah Milroy, David Urban and Gina Rorai. In this conversation, Milroy (Chief Curator, McMichael Canadian Art Collection) invites Urban and Rorai to respond to Oscar Cahén’s paintings including The Warrior (1956) from their own perspectives as … Read More
Exhibition opened November 13, 2021 In an exciting collaborative first, Feheley Fine Arts and TrépanierBaer Gallery are thrilled to present the exhibition Discovering Oscar Cahén: The Warrior opening November 13, 2021 at Centre Space (located inside Feheley Fine Arts) in Toronto. The exhibition features an extraordinary selection of Cahén’s paintings and works on paper, some of which have not been … Read More
In conjunction with the exhibition Discovering Oscar Cahén: The Warrior, Feheley Fine Arts and TrépanierBaer were pleased to present a panel talk on the life and work of Canadian abstract painter and illustrator, Oscar Cahén. Panelists included Sara Angel, Founder and Executive Director, Art Canada Institute; Jaleen Grove, Author, Oscar Cahén: Life & Work; Robert Enright, Contributing Editor, Border Crossings … Read More
Prior to his founding of the Painters Eleven in 1953, Oscar Cahén made a name for himself by designing and illustrating covers for magazines and newspapers in Europe, Canada, and the United States. Immersed in the world of news publications and journalism through his father Fritz Max Cahén, an art history professor and later, a correspondent for the German newspaper … Read More
Born in 1916 to a Jewish-German family, Oscar Cahén’s life was soon to be riddled with traumatic experiences. In 1933, at the onset of the Second World War, the Cahéns were robbed of their German citizenship and forced to flee. Cahén’s father, Fritz Max Cahén, was targeted as one of the leaders of an anti-Nazi resistance group, causing further anxiety … Read More
Due to the rise of Covid-19 cases in Ontario and throughout the country, we have made the decision to postpone the forthcoming exhibition Discovering Oscar Cahén (1916-1956). The exhibition was scheduled to open Thursday, November 26th in Centre Space at Feheley Fine Arts, and will be postponed until further notice. As Ontario’s leading medical experts rightly continue to advise us … Read More
On November 11, 2021, we are very excited to bring to you for the first time ever, the works of Canadian abstract painter and illustrator, Oscar Cahén. In collaboration with our friends at TrépanierBaer Gallery, the exhibition Discovering Oscar Cahén (1916-1956) will showcase a phenomenal selection of paintings and illustrations by the Painters 11 co-founder. Among them will be the … Read More
From Inuit Art to Canadian Abstract Painting Feheley Fine Arts has a long legacy as an Inuit art gallery, beginning with Pat’s father M. F. (Budd) Feheley, a prominent graphic arts studio executive and ardent art collector. Budd’s legacy is often centered on his major contributions to what we now know as contemporary Inuit art – he aided in the … Read More
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