Alberto Giuliani’s San Salvatore

by Simon Termine

San Salvatore is both a memorialization of the very doctors and nurses who saved so many lives from ruin, and a cautionary tale of what will happen should we once again become complacent and take those efforts for granted.

EARTH WORKS at Canadian Sculpture Centre

by Kexin Wu, Uzair Mehmood and Emese Krunák-Hajagos

a group show by eleven Ontario and Quebec artists, dedicated to nature and environmental issues. They invite the visitor to examine our planet’s natural vulnerabilities and celebrate the vitality of life.

Sean Yelland: Lazy Boy at Ingram Gallery

by Hugh Alcock

Yelland’s paintings are alluring in their compositions and colours. As a long-time resident of Toronto I recognise his works collectively as a love-letter to the city. He tenderly captures the essence of the place.

Eduardo Basualdo at Scrap Metal

by Olivia Musselwhite

Basualdo creates a fictional world so the viewer can contemplate their lives and bodies. He creates a space for a humbling experience, forcing one to acknowledge their own limitations.

Sarah Sze: Images in Debris at MOCA

Emese Krunák-Hajagos

Sze’s “sculptures” are very complicated structures, that vibrate with projected images and light that fills them with life, making them a living thing that breathes and moves.