Mia Guttmann

Tim Roda’s Narrative

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by Mia Guttmann

The walls of the Angell Gallery are currently housing some unusual and thought-provoking pieces that provide an engaging experience.

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The Gallery at the J’s 10th Anniversary Exhibition

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by Mia Guttmann

The broad-range in media is complementary to the gallery’s exploration of different themes, cultures and geographical locations. This provides a large palette with which we are asked to not only engage, but to carefully consider.

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It’s Nice to Meet You Suzy Lake

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by Mia Guttmann

In a way, Lake is the real referent for her viewers as we contemplate our own identities while we experience a very personal introduction to Suzy Lake.

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Minimal Most Certainly Can

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by Mia Guttmann

This exhibition sheds the stigma that has fostered an apprehension towards minimalist art; leaving viewers saying “who knew minimalist art could be funny?”

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Rebecca Belmore: KWE at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery

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by Mia Guttmann

Art is often times described as a catalyst for change, but creating art with a predisposed agenda can lead to artworks that appears forced or cliché.

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Michael Awad and The Vastness of Totality

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by Mia Guttmann

When seen from afar, the panoramas appear pattern like, and reduce the subjects to mere form and color. When the viewer gets closer attempting to “take it all in” - the photos become overwhelming.

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