Flavio Trevisan is a visual artist with a background in architecture and exhibition design. Recent projects include “Museum of the Represented City,” a solo show curated by Mona Filip presented by the Koffler Gallery Off-Site; “Pink Republic,” an installation in the window at TYPE Books on Queen West and curated by Derek McCormack; “The Game of Urban Renewal (Special Regent Park Edition),” a project for Queen Specific, curated by Joy Walker. His work has been featured in Art With Heart 2011 (fundraiser for Casey House, Toronto), Titles (curated by the Way Up Way Down collective) and A Guidebook to Contemporary Architecture in Toronto (published by Douglas & McIntyre). Trevisan is a founder and co-director of convenience (a window gallery that provides an opening for art that engages, experiments, and takes risks with the architectural, urban, and civic realm), where he co-curated the Parkdale International Art Fair with Georgiana Uhlyarik in 2008. Originally from Padova, Italy, he now lives in Toronto. His work is in numerous private collections.