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Articles by Richard Rhodes

There are 107 articles by Richard Rhodes

Reviews
Backgrounds and Foregrounds: William Kentridge

At Barbara Edwards Contemporary in Toronto, William Kentridge’s prints deconstruct obsolete dictionaries and encyclopedia. Richard Rhodes reviews.

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Into the Woods and Beyond with Gary Evans

In “Ghost Host” at Paul Petro Contemporary Art, veteran painter Gary Evans expands into collage with impressive results. Richard Rhodes reviews.

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Features
Union Station: Water’s Edge

Richard Rhodes reflects on the history of Union Station, where an official Pan Am cultural project, “Water’s Edge,” is on view this summer.

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Review: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Comes to Montreal

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes have been installed at the Palais des congrès de Montréal in a series of life-sized photos. Richard Rhodes reviews.

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Iris Häussler at Daniel Faria Gallery: Revealing by Concealing

At Daniel Faria Gallery in Toronto, the elusive Iris Häussler’s new wax work offers meditation on states of being, becoming and disappearing. Richard Rhodes reviews.

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Socially Engaged Art Takes Centre Stage in Okwui Enwezor’s “All the World’s Futures”

Okwui Enwezor’s “All the World’s Futures” at the Venice Biennale offers an alternative to the market-oriented, media-darling art world of the past decade.

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First Look: BGL at the 2015 Venice Biennale

Richard Rhodes reports from the 56th Venice Biennale, where Quebec City collective BGL have transformed the Canada Pavilion with a series of installations.

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Editor’s Edit: Flying Glenfiddich, Partisanship and Irony

Richard Rhodes selects highlights from the last week on the web, pulling quotes that stuck from our recent articles, reviews and interviews.

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Editor’s Edit: Dissing Da Vinci, Rep by Pop in London, Documentary Drama

Richard Rhodes selects highlights from the last week on the web, pulling quotes that stuck from our recent articles, reviews and interviews.

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Jay Isaac Paints Through Problems

Toronto artist Jay Isaac speaks about his unusual approach to painting and argues that the medium is still marginalized within Canada.

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