Category: Simon Termine

Andrew Rucklidge at Christopher Cutts Gallery

by Simon Termine

Simply because the arctic is expansive and wild does not mean that it does not possess a life of its own; it just requires a different perspective that appreciates the quality of that emptiness and what it actually holds.

The Anxious Body / Angell Gallery

by Simon Termine

In our increasingly social world flourished through technology, The Anxious Body is an intricate group exhibition striving to the influence of social media and current socio-political paradigms on contemporary visual art.

CONTACT 2017 / Artoronto picks

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival

May, 2017 / Toronto and GTA

With so much choices, with well over 1500 Canadian and international artists and photographers exhibiting at more than 200 exhibitions, it isn’t easy picking exhibits to see.

Gallery 1313 celebrates its 20 years

by Simon Termine

Everyone – artist members new and old, visitors and long-time patrons, and foremost members of the Toronto art scene – agrees that Gallery 1313 is an important cornerstone of the communal identity and the city’s art culture.

Michael Antkowiak at Wil Kucey Gallery

by Simon Termine

Antkowiak provides a comprehensive look into how concepts of identity and ownership – not physical ownership, but rather emotional and ontological ownership of an event or memory – are influenced by technologies like social media.