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The Art Dealers Association of Canada Inc. (ADAC) is a national not-for-profit organization founded in 1966. ADAC is the only National Association of art dealers representing artists throughout Canada. ADAC maintains a high standard of connoisseurship and adherence to ethical practice within the profession. Dealers are selected for their knowledge and scholarship in their respective fields of expertise.

The ADAC mandate includes stimulating the art market in Canada, and encouraging the awareness of the visual arts both nationally and abroad.



Newzones is pleased to present “Endless Summer”, a solo exhibition by Joshua Jensen-Nagle.

This latest beach series is a culmination of 12 years of working with the beach as a subject. The inspiration began in Jensen-Nagle’s childhood, as he would spend his summers at the beach. Earlier works were crafted using vintage Polaroid cameras and old postcards that created the feeling of dreamy nostalgia. Now, using modern day cameras, Jensen-Nagle is able to create awe-inspiring images that can appear both faraway and somehow, reachable. His scenes either evoke fond memories, or capture crisp vistas that you can walk right into.

To add another perspective to his series of iconic beaches, Jensen-Nagle photographed from a helicopter, mastering aerial imagery. At first glance, these works may read as abstract, but upon a further inspection, umbrellas, sunbathers, swimmers and surfers scatter about the scene to create colourful and inspiring imagery. Distinctly Jensen-Nagle, the photographs refuse to document a moment in time, rather forcing the viewer to perceive it as a dream of the distant past or faraway future.

Joshua Jensen-Nagle received a BFA at Ryerson University 2004. He has been featured in Photolife, National Post, Globe and Mail, Calgary Herald, Canadian Art, Galleries West, Swerve, Avenue, FFWD and Canadian House and Home. He has become a prominent fixture in the Canadian art community for the past decade. He has developed a strong standing in the art world and has been collected by Cirque de Soleil, Ryerson University, First Calgary Petroleum Ltd, MasterCard, GMP Securities, Repsol and Bennett Jones LLP to name a few.











Erin Rothstein is a Canadian artist, born in Montreal and currently living and working in Toronto. In her latest series, “The Tasting Room,” Rothstein uses her signature hyperrealist style to portray edible subjects on stark-white background. “I paint food because I love everything that has to do with food-culture,” Rothstein explains. "The foods I paint are universally relatable. They trigger people’s emotions on a very primal level, making them happy, hungry, excited, and nostalgic.”

Rothstein has been carving out a new space for hyperrealism within the context of today’s art market. Her work combines academic techniques with innovative subjects and compositions, in order to showcase hyperrealism as a whimsical and fresh-faced style. Rothstein brings art and food closer together, fostering a new appreciation of art in an immersive foodie-culture.

Rothstein holds a BFA from Concordia University, where she specialized in painting and drawing. She also holds an MA from The University of Western Ontario, where she studied in detail the evolution of décor in modern art. The Tasting Room Series has received a Scotiabank Viewers’ Choice Award, as well as support from the Ontario Arts Council. This series has also received recognition in The Huffington Post, The National Post, Architectural Digest, BuzzFeed and Toronto Life. Rothstein’s work is held in major collections including Google and The Colart Collection. Erin’s interdisciplinary experience in the arts and fierce commitment to the realm of contemporary aesthetics lends itself to projects that are highly nuanced and refreshingly innovative.








































Newzones is pleased to present "A CATALOGUE OF ARTIFICIAL SENTIMENTS", a solo exhibition by Sophie Jodoin.

Jodoin's new series, "A CATALOGUE OF ARTIFICIAL SENTIMENTS" relates to the artist's increasing interest in working with language. Based on the book, The Art of Arranging Artificial Flowers by Lawrence Porricelli, Jodoin assembles a visual and text-based catalogue by juxtaposing circular-cut found images with factual descriptions of flowers. These newly arranged combinations question artificial representations and the idealization of sentiments.

"There is a surprisingly vast variety of artificial sentiments produced in the world today. Modeled on actual and cultivated sentiments, this exciting diversity and adaptability has created a 'new nature'. This accompanying catalogue displays only a sample of the artificial sentiments available. Most are exact duplications of their natural counterparts, although a few are interesting combinations of similar species. Look closely at the catalogue, for the reality of these artificial sentiments is breathtaking." - Lawrence Porricelli

Born in Montreal, Sophie Jodoin received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Concordia University, after which she studied anatomy for two years at the New York Academy of Art. Sophie was one of the few artists selected to represent Montreal for "Made in Canada: Contemporary Art in Montreal", an exhibition at the Plattsburgh State University Museum in New York. Sophie Jodoin recently completed an artist residency in London, UK, awarded by the Conseil des arts et des lettres du Quebec.

Jodoin's artwork have been highlighted in Canadian Art Magazine Online, Avenue, the Calgary Herald, the Globe and Mail, Preview Magazine, Border Crossings and Galleries West, to name a few. Jodoin's drawings has been widely exhibited across Canada, the USA and Europe in both solo and group exhibitions. Her work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout North America and Europe.






The gallery is pleased to present “Survey”, our first solo exhibition of work by American photographer Joel Meyerowitz.

Meyerowitz, born in 1938 in New York City, began taking photographs in 1962. Although he has always seen himself as a street photographer in the tradition of Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank, he transformed the genre with his pioneering use of colour. As an early advocate of colour photography in the mid 1960’s, Meyerowitz was instrumental in changing the attitude toward the use of colour photography from one of resistance to nearly universal acceptance.

This exhibition displays a selection of key black and white images from early works that captured the attention of influential curators. Also included are early colour works from Europe in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, which illustrate his mastery of composing with colour as well as form. Pivotal images from Meyerowitz’s famed series “Cape Light” illustrate his ability to transform the elements of light and colour into content. Lastly, a suite of recently commissioned works of objects in the Morandi Studio reveal a photographer still in his prime.

He is the author of over a dozen photography books, including Cape Light, New York Graphic Society, 1978; The Arch, New York Graphic Society, 1988; Redheads, Rizzoli, 1990; Joel Meyerowitz (Phaidon 55’s), Phaidon Press, 2001; Aftermath, Phaidon Press, 2006; Legacy: The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks, Aperture, 2009; and Taking My Time, Phaidon Press, 2012. Images from the publication Aftermath were taken when Meyerowitz was the only photographer to be given unimpeded access to Ground Zero in the wake of 9/11. The images he captured formed the foundation of a major national archive and an exhibition of selected images, which has travelled to more than 200 cities in 60 countries.

Meyerowitz has lectured at institutions such as the New York Public Library; New York Institute of the Humanities; Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.; Jeu de Paume, Paris; as well as many Colleges and Universities throughout the United States. His work has been written about in publications such as ARTnews, The Boston Globe, The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Washington Times, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and People Magazine. In 2002, Meyerowitz represented the United States at the Venice Biennale for Architecture. He has been the recipient of over a dozen awards, including the Guggenheim Fellowship and the Deutscher Fotobuchpreis. His work can be found in many major public collections, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.