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Staying in the loop: Sweet Summer Sixteen

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by Megan Kee

Redefining the archetypal gallery model, loop still stands to this day because of the memberships vision, dedication and because “artists still need a sense of community.”

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Interview with Lee Lamothe

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by Nika Teper

His collection and composition of found and photographed images, once extracted, are then peeled, layered, repeated and rephotographed. The cinematics of space and person recall a broader narrative.

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The New Museum of Contemporary Art

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by Phil Anderson

Chantal Pontbriand's vision will come to life in May, 2017 and Toronto will have a new international museum and nexus space for exchange and networking.

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Interview with Sheinina Lolita Raj at Elaine Fleck Gallery

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by Phil Anderson

"Expressing a perspective with an integral voice that was engaging with a positive influence was important for me."

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Interview with Erin Loree

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by Simon Termine

This interview took place on the occasion of Erin Loree's first solo show at Angell Gallery, titled Midnight Bloom.

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Interview with Pari Nadimi

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by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

we don’t follow the market, the market follows us. There is no doubt, this is much more challenging for a gallery but I like the challenge — so do the artists we represent

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Interview with Stella Cade

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by Madeleine Till

I was being as honest with a portrait of someone else as with my own self-portraits. Maintaining the vulnerability in the piece. Those specific insecurities are important because that’s how I look at art, at myself, and at the world.

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Karine Giboulo: HYPERland

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by Brinae Bain

Giboulo accomplishes a great deal with her vibrant and comical figures. Her work presents the viewer with entertaining, thoughtprovoking situations that reflect on, what have become, society’s standards.

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Conversation with Nicholas di Genova

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by Ella Gorevalov

Speaking with Nicholas di Genova was an amazing opportunity; our untethered conversation let me inside the mind of a rising local artist.

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Interview with Jamie Angell

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by Amy Luo

I’m excited too see artists work with something new. Is it viable? Well, if I believe in something, I’ll make it work.

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Interview with Stephen Bulger

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by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

The most important thing is to be committed to what you show. Galleries that are interesting are the ones that have a personality. I think the personality of the gallery should reflect the owner—the one person making all the decisions, like selecting the artists and artwork.

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Zev Farber: Errata (18 to 34)

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by Leanne Simaan

Although Farber’s trilogy of works may seem morbid and pessimistic, he vulnerably offers his audience the opportunity to appreciate and relate to his growth as a human being and as an artist

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