Jordan Fee

CONTACT 2017 / Artoronto picks

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Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

May, 2017 / Toronto and GTA

With so much choices, with well over 1500 Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at more than 200 exhibitions, it isn’t easy picking exhibits to see.

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Leopold Plotek: No Work, Nor Device, Nor Knowledge, Nor Wisdom

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by Jordan Fee

Plotek’s paintings are not immediately comprehensible but the pleasures offered by his refined visual language instill a desire in the viewer to return to them again and again.

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The Artist Project 2017

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by Jordan Fee, Laura Hutchingame & Phil Anderson

The fair is offering the viewers a chance to enter directly into a dialogue with the artists who were displaying their works

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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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Interview with Lumír Hladík at Walnut Contemporary

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by Jordan Fee

I try to put so many layers into my works, so even if you only get two or three of them the first time, it still goes deeper and deeper.

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Howard Lonn: Khrome at Birch Contemporary

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by Jordan Fee

In these paintings, Lonn evades the purely abstract and places an emphasis on the notion of meaning making. The paintings in Khrome seem to suggest a possible truth; however, it is the viewer that is given the choice to decide just what this truth might be.

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John Massey: Black on White at Diaz Contemporary

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by Jordan Fee

The chaotic, and sometimes hypnotic nature of these prints draws us in and locks us into a constant battle for understanding, from which escape can be difficult.

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Jennifer Stillwell: New Work at Pari Nadimi

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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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Like an old friend at Gallery 44

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by Jordan Fee

Like an old friend is an interesting combination of video, photography and mixed media installation that makes us question our own presence and whether or not it is fleeting or eternal.

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