Staying in the loop: Sweet Summer Sixteen


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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)


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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