Category: Mitch Billinkoff

Vera Frenkel: Ways of Telling at MOCCA

by Mitch Billinkoff

The exhibition is an effectively condense survey of Frenkel’s body of work. Her interdisciplinary practice surely offers something to any prospective visitor, be they interested in video, installation, text, performance or sound.

Alex Colville

by Mitch Billinkoff

His works provide a haunting mix of intimacy and unease, turning the viewer into voyeur before a pivotal moment in an unfolding narrative.

Gallery Hop 2014

September 20, 2014

The day began with a panel conversation, continued with tours and talks, and concluded with the launch of the 30th anniversary issue of Canadian Art.

Solid Ideas / Opening Reception

by Aurore Mathys and Mitch Billinkoff

displays a variety of works that engage the viewer in a dialogue with resolutely modern and deeply interesting pieces and foster an environment conducive to the exploration of contemporary practices in Canadian sculpture.


June 21, 7 p.m. – 3 a.m. of June 22, 2014

by Mitch Billinkoff and Elena Iourtaeva

Besides MOCCA’s show, the clear highlight of the evening, the streets and galleries were empty of people and empty of art, a disappointing night.

AGO First Thursday

June 5, 2014, 8 p.m. – midnight

Art Gallery of Ontario

The evening offered an array of activities to partygoers including pop-up talks, performative tours and one-night-only installations.

Touching Strangers

by Mitch Billinkoff

Rubinstein has done well in selecting images that complement the surrounding urban setting as well as the diversity of Toronto’s populace.

The Artist? Project

by Mitch Billinkoff

The onus falls primarily on the artists themselves but the format of the event begs to question whether the organizers are asking too much of the artists

1st Thursday at the AGO

Thursday, February 6, 2014, 7 – 11 p.m.

Art Gallery of Ontario

The gallery was packed with partygoers and art-lovers alike visiting the pop-up talks, performance works and the newly opened Elevated: Contemporary Art in the AGO Tower