Rona Ngahuia Osborne and Dan Mace: Wairua at A Space


by Alice Pelot

Rather than focus on the loss of their cultures, Osborne and Mace celebrate what survives

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Edward Burtynsky at Nicholas Metivier Gallery

Edward Burtynsky, Salt Pan #15, Little Rann of Kutch, Gujarat, India, 2016, chromogenic print_opt

by Andriy Bilenkyy

Well, all you aesthetes and art-lovers concerned with moralization of contemporary art, you may sigh with relief now, as Byrtynsky's new exhibition puts him back on track to the paradise of beauty and artistry

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Gilles Morin: Mystification at Gallery 1313


by Elizaveta Mironova

The complex and highly emotional nature of human beings is spotlighted by the layering of low resolution photographs, allowing Morin to create “experimental and spontaneous works.”

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Clive Holden: Internet Mountains at Stephen Bulger Gallery

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by Nika Teper

Holden thematically and technically experiments with our sensory capacity. The final impact is one where the viewers ponder where exactly to situate themselves within the work; between the polarized web and natural elements.

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Jennifer Stillwell: New Work at Pari Nadimi


by Jordan Fee

New Work: Smokestacks, Spills and Figures should not be missed by anyone who is interested in process art, or in the ways in which artists attempt to enter into an ecological dialogue with their viewers.

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Ito Laïla’s KASALA at Walnut Contemporary


Simon Termine

The inherent polychotomy of Ito Laila’s works – with regard to the array of mediums used, concepts explored, and feelings conveyed – is truly unique and interesting.

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10th Anniversary: Special Group Exhibition at Thompson Landry Gallery


by Laura Hutchingame

The exhibition showcases one hundred contemporary works of painting and sculpture by nineteen of Thompson Landry Gallery’s artists.

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Matt Crookshank: Violent Whimsy at General Hardware


by Vanessa Zeoli

Crookshank’s ability to take unnatural materials and create an enlivened object that communicates a distinct moment of tension to its audience, is simply inspiring.

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Nuit Blanche 2016


Saturday, October 1, 2016, sunset to sunrise

Phil Anderson, Andriy Bilenkyy, Julie McNeill, Simon Termine

Though this year's variety was slightly smaller than previous years, it was no less impressive and awe-inspiring.

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IN/FUTURE at Ontario Place


September 15 - 25, 2016
by Alice Pelot

This monumental project by Art Spin and Small World is an incredible testament to Toronto’s artistic community and in attendance inspired my question: how will future artworks contribute to rebuilding iconic public spaces?

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