CURRENT ISSUE | FALL 2017: THE IDEA OF HISTORY
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Articles by Bryne McLaughlin

There are 130 articles by Bryne McLaughlin

Features
Structures: On Legacy, History and Influence

In light of the passing of former editor of artscanada Barry Lord, Bryne McLaughlin considers the publication’s history, and the theme of our Spring issue.

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Nicolas Grenier: How to Reverse Art-World Commerce—for a Time

In a recent project, Montreal-and-LA-based artist Nicolas Grenier made collectors pay for art with time; in the process, the acquirer became the acquired.

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On Board Culture and Rule Breaking

An exhibition at the Winnipeg Art Gallery looks at Indigenous relationships with the land that come through snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing.

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When a Contemporary Ruin Becomes an Art Festival

From Expo 67 wannabe to civic relic—Ontario Place has seen it all. What does its new art festival, In/Future, mean to a critic with a history on the site?

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Richard Ibghy and Marliou Lemmens and the Art of Underperforming

How do you value time or action? What constitutes work? These are some of the questions that Richard Ibghy and Marilou Lemmens parse in their art.

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Why the NSCAD Legend Mattered—And Still Matters

Many have wondered why the notion of NSCAD as legendary still circulates. But it’s probably still around for the simple reason that it’s true.

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Video: Jaime Angelopoulos in her Studio

Jaime Angelopoulos’s Toronto studio is filled with her vibrantly coloured and textured sculptures, while her drawings line the walls—take a look inside.

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Reviews
Bryne McLaughlin’s Top 3 of 2015: Sinister Chaos

Neïl Beloufa, “The Unfinished Conversation” and Pascal Grandmaison make Bryne McLaughlin’s list of highlights from the past year.

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Reviews
Liz Magor’s Accumulations

At Susan Hobbs Gallery, Liz Magor gathers a tight selection of recent works that are as much puzzles as sculptures. Bryne McLaughlin reviews.

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Dora García Q&A: James Joyce and Language’s Potential

Dora García speaks with Bryne McLaughlin about “I SEE WORDS, I HEAR VOICES,” on view at the Power Plant in Toronto.

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