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Articles by Bill Clarke

There are 15 articles by Bill Clarke

Features
Why This Jennifer Murphy Artwork Is Bill Clarke’s Top Auction Pick

Jennifer Murphy’s delicate collages of animals, birds and plants remind us that every living thing on this planet is dependent on the life of another.

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Bill Clarke’s Top Pick from the Canadian Art Foundation Auction

Writer and collector Bill Clarke picks his favourite work from the Canadian Art Foundation’s upcoming auction.

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Canadian Highlights at New York’s Art Fairs

Bill Clarke reports from the recent flurry of art fairs in New York, where the CanCon was strong.

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Reviews
Wil Murray at P|M Gallery

Alberta-based artist Wil Murray’s latest body of work, Die Welt in Farben (2014), finds inspiration in commercial travel imagery.

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Report: Canadian Art Highlights at the New York Fairs

From the Upper East Side to the Bowery, Canadian artists and galleries had a strong showing at last week’s art fairs in New York. Canada’s presence was strongest at the Volta fair with…

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Suzy Lake: Interview With A Maker of Change

For more than 40 years, Detroit-born artist Suzy Lake has been living in Canada, producing groundbreaking work in film, video, performance and photography that is rooted in conceptualism, feminism,…

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Canada at the New York Fairs: Art from the Upper North Side

From West Side piers to East Side schoolhouses, work by Canadian artists could be found throughout New York during last week’s art fairs. In this feature report, critic Bill Clarke recaps the…

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Reviews
Derek Sullivan

Derek Sullivan’s exhibition “Albatross Omnibus”—the Power Plant’s 2011 commission—was inspired by the history of the artist’s book, an art form that arose in the 1960s and 70s in…

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Features
Jason McLean: Diaries of Place

Whether he’s in Toronto, Vancouver or London, Jason McLean is an artistic locavore, filling his drawings with the landmarks, conversations and people closest to him. In this feature from our summer

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Reviews
Jennifer Murphy

Using the word “collage” to describe Jennifer Murphy’s work oversimplifies it. While the cutting and arranging of images plays a large part in Murphy’s process, she eschews the traditional…

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