Elizaveta Mironova

Kent Monkman – Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience

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by Elizaveta Mironova

Monkman’s technical attention to details juxtaposed with broader, contemplative themes produces a one of a kind exhibition.

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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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Kudos III – Canadian Sculpture Center

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by Elizaveta Mironova

Kudos III is a mesmerizing collection focusing on artists’ personal histories.

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Bradley Wood and Natalka Husar at Angell Gallery

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by Elizaveta Mironova

Wood brings out the dramatic and almost shallow aspects of society while Husar pulls on engrained historic elements of womanhood. Both are excellent colorists and mesmerizing painters.

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Osheen Harruthoonyan & Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann at Lonsdale Gallery

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by Elizaveta Mironova

Harruthoonyan’s show takes us to a world of dream, surrounded by the cosmos, relaxing the mind. Then upstairs Mann’s exhibition greets the viewer with a world of ecstatic colors that energizes and activates the imagination. The two exhibitions greatly complement each other.

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Art Toronto 2016 / Preview

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by Elizaveta Mironova

Art Toronto 2016 will amaze the art lovers with its innovative forms, bright colors, and entertaining atmosphere

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Y.M. Whelan: Landscape, Portrait, Landscape at Yumart

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Elizaveta Mironova

The singular plane in which the geometric shapes are painted allow for long and thoughtful contemplation of what is in the background, what is in the foreground, and what lays beneath.

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Gilles Morin: Mystification at Gallery 1313

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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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