Category: BRIEFS

Robert Groh

by Haafiz Karim

Wonderfully created and delivered they evoked strong emotions through their colour association and – what I found interesting – their names.

Lori Nix / The City

by Emese Krunák-Hajagos

July 7 – 21, 2012

BAU-XI PHOTO

People, for some reason, left this place behind. It radiates the painful nostalgia of good old times gone. Melancholy rules forever.

PEEPSHOW

by Seowon Bang

March 30 – April 1, 2012
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO

Each artist in PEEPSHOW explored and exposed the self, the vulnerable, the raw, and the private.

The Artist Project

by Daniel St. Germaine

March 1 – 4, 2012
Queen Elizabeth Building, Exhibition Place

Thousands of young urbanites and art lovers are expected to flock to the Queen Elizabeth Building at Exhibition Place to see what some of the world’s most dynamic emerging artists have to show

Hennessy Youngman

by Keltie MacNeill

Tuesday, January 31, 2012, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
DRAKE HOTEL UNDERGROUND

Youngman hosts a series of ‘webisodes’ called Art Thoughtz, where he tackles many contemporary issues in art and culture like beauty,

Intersections

by Liz Johnston

December 16, 2011
888 DUPONT ST., UNIT 111

Combining film, dance, and architecture, Raha Shirazi and Raja Moussaoui’s Intersections provides an immersive viewing experience. A projected image of a Middle Eastern bazaar greets the audience, beckoning them into the installation.

Brothers of the Weird

by Daniel St. Germaine

November 25, 2011 – January 22, 2012
COOPER COLE GALLERY

The group’s graphic design background is evident in the paintings which feel like Saturday morning cartoons reimagined by graffiti artists.