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Articles by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir

There are 60 articles by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir

Features
A Soldier Turned Photographer Remembers War

Philip Cheung joined the military at 16, and soon embarked on a NATO mission. He knew he had begun a career—but he didn’t realize it was as a photographer.

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Passing Through

Grafton Tyler Brown was a painter whose identity changed from Black to white as he moved across the Pacific Northwest.

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Tasting Fear in the Salt-Brined Sculptures of Elvira Finnigan

In the wake of 9/11, Finnigan began experimenting with crystallization to preserve community and acknowledge loss.

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Hajra Waheed Traces a Rising Tide in Venice

In the middle of the Central Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Montreal artist Hajra Waheed has built another world—and marked a return to painting.

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Evan Penny Enters His Next Phase—In Venice

The Toronto artist’s uncanny figurative sculpture heads into new territory in his Venice showing: the art-historical past.

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Petra Collins, Homecoming Queen

The Toronto-born artist has shown installations at the MoMA and been featured in Vanity Fair, but just opened her first Canadian solo show last weekend.

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The Life That Georgia O’Keeffe Built

The famed American painter could create a world just as well as she could capture one. A new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario shows how.

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What Canada’s Art World Could Learn from the Whitney Biennial

Could Canada ever produce an exhibition like the Whitney Biennial? A look at this year’s edition generates envy—and five strategies worth taking north.

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5 Ways to Succeed as an Art Dealer in a Smaller City

It’s difficult to operate a commercial gallery anywhere in Canada, and many challenges are larger in smaller markets—here’s what some gallerists are doing.

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Kent Monkman: History Painting for a Colonized Canada

Kent Monkman knew that, for Canada 150, he had to speak directly to the colonial, genocidal policies that have marked the country’s history.

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