Tim Noonan: Abstract Urban Nature at Yumart

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by Jordan Fee

In these paintings we see Noonan going above and beyond, achieving a level of abstract clarity that is uniquely his.

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Felix Kalmenson как всегда / As Always at Pari Nadimi

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by Andriy Bilenkyy

Kalmenson's show is a politically engaged conceptual art, thoughtful and witty, which, nevertheless, leaves the viewer with an impression of the artist's longing for an artistic, not merely ideological, adversary worthy of being deconstructed.

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New Members of the Sculptures Society of Canada

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The exhibition is worth a look as each of the new members bring with them their own individual voices, communicated trough various mediums.

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The Artist Project 2017

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February 23 - 26, 2017

Better Living Center


This is a unique opportunity to meet and buy art directly from artists

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Elizabeth Babyn and Ester Pugliese at loop

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by Elizaveta Mironova

Their different styles - Babyn’s conceptual and contemplative installation and Pugliese’s emotional and tranquil paintings - greatly complement each other.

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Margaux Tartarotti & Heidi Leverty: Marée Noire at Walnut Contemporary

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by David Saric

In a dual exhibition, the artists allow their distinct artistic endeavors to reflect, comment upon, and compliment each others’ oeuvres, showcasing a thematically-succinct sister act.

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Funding Announcement for The Museum of Contemporary Art

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by Phil Anderson

The Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto, Canada was awarded $5.1 million from Canada Cultural Spaces. Things are looking up for MOCA and the art community was thrilled to hear the news.

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Jasmine Reimer: Small Obstructions at Georgia Scherman Projects

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by Claire Scherzinger

I immediately was drawn to the science-fiction aesthetic created by these obstructions and the front space of the gallery that is stylishly painted in a complementary eigengrau grey, building the atmosphere of a post-apocalyptic beach scene.

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Tony Romano, New Work: 2014-2016 at Clint Roenisch Gallery

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by Daniel Joyce

Though the exhibition certainly leans towards a nostalgic war era's formal sculptural bias; the artist has successfully put together a show that does not feel out of place in 2017.

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W.W. Hung: Architectures of the Body

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by Katerina Bong

Hung separates the nature of the architectural and the human forms yet distinctively composes them together into a single piece.

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Gallery 1313 celebrates its 20 years

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by Simon Termine

Everyone – artist members new and old, visitors and long-time patrons, and foremost members of the Toronto art scene – agrees that Gallery 1313 is an important cornerstone of the communal identity and the city’s art culture.

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Jennifer Rose Sciarrino: Thrummer at Daniel Faria Gallery

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by Vanessa Zeoli

Sciarrino’s most recent body of work combines digital animation, floor drawing, and hand-blown glass sculpture to examine the dynamic between technology and the material world.

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