This small gallery first opened in 2005 and is now firmly established in the local scene, even though its offbeat location on Dundas West sets it apart from most galleries found a few blocks south along Queen West. Jessica Bradley brings a lot of experience to her gallery. She was formerly a curator at both the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa and Art Gallery of Ontario before packing in her public institution career and launching into the dealership biz. In addition to rising artists, such as Montreal photographer Pascal Grandmaison, she’s not shy about bringing in untested artists to see what they can do: the careers of both conceptual photographer Kristan Horton and performance artist Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay have soared since being under her roster. By mid-September the gallery will have expanded with a second floor space.