Category: Ella Gorevalov

Artist Project 2016

by Alice Pelot & Ella Gorevalov

Art Fairs can often feel like places of commerce or business, but Artist Project successfully engages non-profit projects as well and provides a platform to the public for conversations about artistic practices.

Feature 2015 – who is it for?

by Ella Gorevalov

it was nice to see an exclusively Canadian art gallery presence, which didn’t overwhelm viewers with a sense of Canadiana, but the venue and curating can be improved to encourage more nontraditional fair-goers to attend

Contact 2015 / picks

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

May 2015 / Toronto

With so much choice, with well over 1500 photographers exhibiting throughout the Greater Toronto Area, it isn’t easy picking exhibits to see

Jean Michel Basquiat: Now is the Time

by Ella Gorevalov

Regardless or whether or not the AGO has done Basquiat justice, it is clear that his work still carries the same seduction and lure that taps into an intrinsic desire for understanding, and is absolutely a must to see.

NEXT / VSVSVS / BGL at Art Toronto, 2014

Madeleine Till and Ella Gorevalov

the entire exhibition was worth seeing but it was the galleries, artists, and artworks featured in and around the NEXT emerging art and artists section that engaged me the most

Scotiabank Nuit Blanche 2014

by Ella Gorevalov and Madeleine Till

Ella covered the Garden of Renova by Luigi Ferrera while Madeleine walked the Fort York Area and checked out the projects there

SKETCH has a new home

by Ella Gorevalov

This is a space with many possibilities. It has an industrial kitchen, studios for music production, spaces to produce art work in any medium, and a gallery space to showcase it.

40 Years of Hip Hop

by Leanne Simaan

Kothari and Paterson provided a lighthearted exhibition that gives super-fans the nostalgic satisfaction of seeing some of their favorites