CURRENT ISSUE | SUMMER 2017: KINSHIP
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Articles by Daniel Baird

There are 16 articles by Daniel Baird

Features
Chance at Work: Mohamed Bourouissa Pushes Photo Limits

6 p.m. on a Friday evening at the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the crowds of Toronto art goers were streaming out, some of them funnelling down Frank Gehry’s magnificent serpentine ramp. But the…

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Planet Water: Edward Burtynsky’s New Film Partnership

My flight from Toronto to Los Angeles soars over Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Nevada, banking down over California’s Death Valley in the Mojave Desert, the starkly forbidding San Bernardino

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Gordon Rayner Broke from the Pack with Oaxaca Suite

When Gordon Rayner died suddenly at 75 of a heart attack in his Toronto home on September 26, 2010, he was two weeks shy of unveiling an exhibition at Christopher Cutts Gallery. While Rayner was a…

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Black + White: The Ryerson Image Centre and the Black Star Collection

Walking into the photographic storage facility at the Ryerson Image Centre, the $71 million, Diamond Schmitt Architects–designed expansion of Ryerson University’s School of Image Arts in the…

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Balint Zsako: Demons and Ecstasy

The art of Ryerson University grad Balint Zsako is surging, with overlapping spring shows in New York, strong Ontario outings and a role in Sarah Polley’s latest film. Here, Daniel Baird considers…

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dOCUMENTA (13): Siege + Hope

This lively feature by Daniel Baird, printed in the Summer 2012 issue of Canadian Art, looks at dOCUMENTA (13) artistic director Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, who has brought an unconventional

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Ève K. Tremblay: Words of Fire

In an age when print is on the decline, the art of Ève K. Tremblay has a special poignancy. As Daniel Baird writes in this feature from our current issue, Tremblay’s projects cogently intertwine…

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Yael Bartana: And Europe Will Be Stunned

In 2011, Israeli artist Yael Bartana was the first non-Polish artist ever to represent Poland at the Venice Biennale. The reasons why—like Bartana’s explorations of Jewish history—are on…

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Jessica Stockholder: Stand-Up Performance

For Jessica Stockholder, everything is figure and ground at the same time. Her influential, internationally known practice started small, with installations in Vancouver backyards. Find out how it…

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Maurizio Cattelan: All Things Considered

Frank Lloyd Wright’s design for New York’s Guggenheim is famously rough on the artists exhibiting work there. But as critic Daniel Baird points out in this review, Maurizio Cattelan may have…

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