Marvin Luvualu Antonio at Clint Roenisch Gallery


by Emily Lawrence

Each work in the show is a sign of humanity and the struggles that come along with it, as themes of cultural appropriation, racial politics, identity, and capitalism are addressed through Antonio’s work

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Marco Bertuzzo: Hidden


by Meghan O'Callaghan

Marco Bertuzzo has poignantly reminded us that art should be slowly digested, a process that allows one to absorb all it’s veiled meaning.

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Tim Noonan: Slipping into Abstract at Yumart


by Meghan O'Callaghan

Noonan’s entrance into abstraction is successful as he captures the consciousness of city life, depicting its claustrophobia and dynamism with a cavalcade of overlapping colours and lines

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Erin Loree: GRIT/SHEEN at Project Gallery


by Camila Jourdain

I immediately fell in love with the luminescent swirls of light, the exquisite gradients of colour and the quasi sculptural impasto of oil that characterizes her innovative abstractions.

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Jean-Pierre Lafrance: Juxtapositions


by Camila Jourdain

Each of his creations invites us to stare deeply into the thick coats of paint and uncover the emotions behind every single colorful brushstroke.

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Shaun Downey: In the Afternoon


by Rumaisa Baqa

The details in this canvas really capture the emotions that the artist wants to convey: loneliness and waiting.

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Yangyang Pan: Inside Out


by Sabine Modder

Yangyang Pan situates the onlooker as an integral part of her work, for it is the ability to view the landscape that provides the link between seeing, seen and scene.

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Susana Reisman: Rough–cut slab


by Eun Byul Jo

Through this piece, Reisman distinctively expresses how we recognize the conventional matter in a material rather than in the natural form.

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Brian Deignan: Roadworks


by Tara Akitt

His works are characterized by their blurry appearance, while the automobile serves as a framing device and contextualizes the perspective.

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Andreea Alta Mihartescu: Orpheus Within Us


by Melina Bigler

This exhibition definitely breaks with the traditional conventions of reluctance and implements an outburst of feelings.

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Jérôme Nadeau: RUINS


by Maddy Tripp

With the focus on materiality, disintegration, and the gesture of the artist, Jerome Nadeau uses photography to contextually create what he refers to as “paintings”.

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Timeless Kandinsky


by Maddy Tripp

Have you ever imagined a visual experience where each of your senses is awakened; the smell of the vivid reds, the sound of the poignant blue, or even the taste of the lemony yellows?

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