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Articles by Alison Cooley

There are 27 articles by Alison Cooley

Reviews
Bill Burns at the Dunlop Art Gallery

At the Dunlop Art Gallery, Jennifer Matotek and Stuart Reid successfully reframe Bill Burns’s work into a gesture of longing. Alison Cooley reviews.

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Reviews
“The Double Bind” Review: Modernism and Postmodernism Find Camaraderie

At the Art Gallery of Alberta, a show pairing Modern and postmodern works illustrated the correspondence and camaraderie that existed between the movements.

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Krista Belle Stewart Weaves an Alternate History

At the New Gallery in Calgary, Krista Belle Stewart dug into archival materials, revealing flaws in the processes of making images and documenting history.

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Features
Art Jobs: Georgia Guenther, Exhibit Artist at the ROM

To explore unconventional career paths in the arts, we speak to Georgia Guenther, the senior exhibit artist at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.

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Reviews
Scott Rogers Brings Sports Into the Gallery at YYZ

Scott Rogers’s newest video project at YYZ Artists’ Outlet offers an adrenaline-raising, occasionally gruesome look into the world of backcountry skiing.

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Features
Alison Cooley’s Top 3 of 2014: Performance & Podcasts

Alison Cooley lists her top picks of 2014. Ranging from performance pieces to design podcasts, her selections left an indelible impression.

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Reviews
Vera Frenkel at MOCCA: A Critic’s View

A compact Vera Frenkel survey in Toronto indicates that many younger artists owe her a debt, Alison Cooley says. Yet the show falls short in some ways, too.

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Must-Sees
Plants & Politics Linked at A Space

A show by Jamelie Hassan and Ron Benner operates at the intersection of plants and politics, unearthing the human machinations that underlie every garden.

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Moon Room: Mysteries, Elucidated

“Moon Room,” at Narwhal in Toronto, was like the theatrical set for a play in which nighttime is always impending. Here, Alison Cooley explores its complexity.

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Features
Possible Utopias in Winnipeg Feminist Art Symposium

Earlier this October, Winnipeg’s MAWA hosted a symposium geared at celebrating the organization’s 30 years. Here are 7 major takeaways on art and feminism.

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