Established in 2009, Caviar20 is a by-appointment exhibition space/loft in the heart of the West Queen West neighbourhood in downtown Toronto.
With a focus on the secondary (resale) market, we have a particular interest in works on paper, photography, and sculpture created between the late 1960’s to the turn of the millennium. Of course, we always have special things that are either a little older, or a little more contemporary... because an exceptional work of art is exceptional regardless of its birthday.
Some of the artists that we regularly offer include Frank Stella, Helen Frankenthaler, Harold Town, Joyce Wieland, Jules Olitski, Kosso Eloul, Rita Letendre, Louise Nevelson, Sorel Etrog, General Idea, Jack Youngerman, Barbara Kruger, Jenny Holzer, David LaChapelle, Weegee, Cindy Sherman and Nan Goldin.
We have a significant digital presence.
Troy Seidman is the founder of Caviar20.
He has worked at Le Musée D’Art Contemporain de Montréal, Todd Merrill Studio, Galerie Van den Akker, and Sotheby’s. He has written extensively about 20th century design as the former Toronto contributor to ApartmentTherapy.com as well as being a contributing editor at MODERN magazine.
Troy divides his time between Toronto and New York. He has a B.A. from McGill University and earned his M.A. at New York University.
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