Wednesday, November 5, 2008

The Human Condition Nov. 21st 6:00pm - 12:00am

Hitch-Haiku November 13th - 19th 6:00pm - 12:00am

HITCH - HAIKU  / New paintings inspired by Haiku

Stanley Mazur

Painted by Illinois artist Stanley Mazur, a listed working painter fl. 1950s, the large piece of salvaged oil on plaster board depicts a historically compelling view of a young and ambitious 1950s Las Vegas.

Spidora $1500

Silk Screening Classes

For more information on our classes please email of call Jeff 416.910.9585


Mango Peeler's Collection

Judys Little NO-NO

original retro European movie posters $40.00 ea

Friday, October 31, 2008

Muto ...


22"x 16" seven color silk screen with stitches on rice paper in cased in a off white shadow box frame.


This is Mango Peelers best and most elaborate framed print that I am currently showing in the gallery, for further information you contact me from my home page and I will be glad to assist you.


Life Sentence - December 12 - Think Space

J.T. prays to J.C.

December 12th pray to J.C. because it's nothing but narly pasty white bee sting prison chicks, with pussy cat Russian cupolas and a skeleton undertaker tattooed in places unknown. - L.A. exhibition - Think Space - Jon Todd -

Happy Halloween and special thanks to all friends and colleagues for an other crazy night at SMASH. Our current exhibition will run until the 13th of November so check out Matthew Merigold, Jeff Garcia and Elicser for there series of work, come by when you have a chance. Hope to see you soon and all the best.

Here we have two geometric industrial windows from the General Electric building in Toronto, these massive beauty's are flanking an early industrial vanity with a marble top.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008


We are now only a few hours away from opening our doors to our

haunted house party and lead our guests through the depths of

SMASH and into our show room where we will show casing work by

Matthew Marigold, Elicser and Jeff Garcia.

This haunted party will merging our salvage design aesthetics with our

essential gallery thematic turning this show into creative and exiting labyrinth

for all artist designers students and kids. This will be a great show and exiting

evening for all, hope to see you here.

Oct 30th

6:00pm - 12:00am



2880 Dundas St. West

West of Keel St. North Side of Dundas St.


Friday, May 2, 2008

Thursday, May 1, 2008


Gallery Location!!!! Parking is directly behind the gallery!



Friday, March 7, 2008

PRESS RELEASE from Jerome Jenner gallery at SMASH

PRESS RELEASE from Jerome Jenner gallery at SMASH.


April 16, 2008

As part of the 2008 Contact Festival The Jerome Jenner gallery at SMASH announces the opening of its first show of photography, "Tattooed Pin-Up."

3pm on May 3, 2008 at 2880 Dundas West. (West of Keele)

"Tattooed Pin-Up" will mark the grand opening of Jerome Jenner in its new home in Toronto's Junction area. Somewhere between gallery and art factory, with full silk screening facilities on site, Jerome Jenner will be a unique art production and retail space.

Inspired by the legendary punk rock, pin-up cultural phenomenon known as "Suicide Girls", the show will feature the work of three of North America’s finest photographers, Steve Carty, Kareem Ajani and Caitlin Free. Through their careful documentation of women's tattooed bodies, the artists draw the viewers attention to tensions between high art and craft exploring the body as a site for personal, political and sexual expression. Issues about the decoration and memory of the body raised by the subject matter of the show resonate with this year's Contact theme, "Between Memory and History".

The opening will include a live photo shoot and new products from eLLIPTIC Clothing Company.

Jerome Jenner will market a wide range of original paintings, fine art and pop surrealism prints, clothing, found art and antiques. Jerome Jenner has found its first home within the vast space that will open under the name SMASH later in the month. While focusing on architectural antiques, architectural furniture and found art imported from around the world, SMASH will work with Jerome Jenner's artists to function as a rich resource for consumers and designers looking for unique objects and original art works.

Contributors to the Jerome Jenner Gallery/Smash include Dustin Jenner, director of Jerome Jenner, artist Jon Todd, clothing designer Kestin Cornwall of eLLIPTIC Clothing, architectural antique expert Paul Mercer (formerly of Post and Beam Architectural Reclamation), real estate agent Jose Nieves and creative director of Lula Lounge, Jose Ortega.

Media Contact:
Kestin Cornwall
Jerome Jenner Gallery
905 334 6400