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Articles by Nancy Tousley

There are 35 articles by Nancy Tousley

Features
Christina Mackie’s Extended Range of Vision

Christina Mackie has turned colour into a metaphor for knowledge at Tate Britain. Nancy Tousley reports.

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Canada’s Biennale: Montreal’s Star-Making Machine

The Biennale de Montréal is a newly revamped star-making machine with international ambitions, and Nancy Tousley weighs in on the latest edition.

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Is What You See Really What You See? Tammi Campbell’s Dialogue with Modernism

It seems almost counterintuitive that Tammi Campbell, a 39-year-old artist who lives and works in Saskatoon, would consider New York painter Frank Stella to be one of her forebears. But the idea is…

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Reviews
Duchamp Ghosts Geoffrey Farmer’s Spider House in Edmonton

The ghosts of Duchamp, Magritte, Freud and Lacan flit through the penumbral atmosphere of Geoffrey Farmer’s newest installation, and circle and mingle with the works of several practitioners of…

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News
New Ron Moppett Mosaic Adds Colour to Calgary’s Public Art Resurgence

Snow falling lightly from a grey sky could hardly diminish the saturated colour and richly variegated surfaces of a new public artwork unveiled last week in Calgary’s East Village. Instead, it set…

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Features
Taras Polataiko: The Untold Sleeping Beauty Tale

In Taras Polataiko’s Sleeping Beauty, a tableau vivant performance piece at the National Art Museum of Ukraine, the pretty, reclining young woman in question is under contractual agreement to…

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Brian Jungen & Duane Linklater: Hunting Retreat

Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater met for the first time in Banff in 2009. This year, their film Modest Livelihood (2012) premiered at the centre’s Walter Phillips Gallery on the opening…

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Features
Oh, Canada: National Dreams

The survey “Oh, Canada,” billed as the largest-ever exhibition of contemporary Canadian art abroad, opened last week in Massachusetts. Nancy Tousley reviews the show and its nation-sized…

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Julian Opie: A New Calgary Stroll

The animated public artworks of London’s Julian Opie are known for mesmerizing passersby in cities worldwide. Last week, his first four-sided LED tower with rotating motion debuted in Calgary….

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Fred Herzog: Retro Refresh

To celebrate its 40th anniversary this year, Vancouver’s Equinox Gallery opened a spectacular 12,000-square-foot project space in an old tractor factory. Here, Nancy Tousley reports on the space…

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