Gallery House is a full service enterprise catered to senior and established artists to grow and foster their works. The physical site is a 2000 square foot of exhibition space. Gallery House operates primarily as a management site and secondary a commercial gallery open to the public. Though works are on site and rotate regularly and there are only 2-3 receptions a year.
Gallery House manages artists by deliberately partnering with commercial galleries and institutions. We manage all communication, paperwork, administration, coordination from conception to exhibition and return of inventory. Together with the artists we handle their inventory distribution and ensure their work reaches an international platform.
This venture was formed after working in the fine art world for over 13 years. Gallery House has garnered attention from some of the top institutions including the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Bristol Arts Museum United Kingdom and numerous partnered galleries in over 8 countries and growing.
The gallery is situated in the well known, one stop enclave—of some of Canada’s most respected galleries, frame shop and conservators at the corner of Dundas Street West and Morrow Avenue in Toronto, Canada.
Gallery House artists include Ray Caesar, André Fauteux, Joe Fenton,
Gottfried Helnwein, Stephen Ibbott, Anita Kunz, Brian Richer and Carol Sutton.
Since 2000, Belinda Chun has been professionally involved in the Fine Arts industry, working for commercial galleries and institutions including: Christopher Cutts Gallery, Lonsdale Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, McMichael Gallery, and The Power Plant. Chun has also served as a private curator, presenting special exhibitions and participating in prestigious art fairs such as ARCO Fair-Spain, Art Expo-England, Scope LA, Scope New York, Art Forum Berlin and Art Chicago.
Chun is a member of the International Association of Appraiser; appointed on the 2013 Board of Power Ball – Power Plant Gallery and appointed on the Committee of the 2014 Canadian Art Foundation – Gallery Hop.