Currently based in Toronto, Paul Butler’s multi-disciplinary practice is rooted in community, collaboration and artist-run activity. In addition to his longstanding studio practice, Butler has also produced projects that include The Collage Party, a travelling participatory studio; The Other Gallery (2001-2011), a nomadic commercial gallery with a focus on overlooked artists; and Reverse Pedagogy, a touring, collectively directed creative residency. Butler has served as the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Winnipeg Art Gallery and the director of 2/edition in Toronto. He has exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; White Columns, New York City; Creative Growth Art Centre, Oakland; Asia Art Archive, Hong Kong; and La Maison Rouge, Paris. He has contributed his writing to the books The Life and Times of Bill Callahan and Decentre: Concerning Artist-run Culture, as well as Border Crossings and Canadian Art. Butler's work is held in numerous private and public collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Winnipeg Art Gallery, the Bank of Montreal, the Royal Bank of Canada, and TD Bank Group. He is represented by Division Gallery in Montreal and Toronto.