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Articles by Sarah Milroy

There are 25 articles by Sarah Milroy

Features
John Bentley Mays: 1941–2016

Former Canadian Art editor Sarah Milroy remembers influential author and critic John Bentley Mays.

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SITElines: Curator Candice Hopkins and SITE Santa Fe’s “Unsettled Landscapes”

Sarah Milroy reports from latest SITE Santa Fe biennial, which was co-curated by Canadian Candice Hopkins and offered a grounded approach to place.

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David Milne and the First World War

When David Milne learned of the existence of the Canadian War Memorials Fund in December of 1918, he was at the end of a two-week furlough in London. He had been training for service at Kinmel Park…

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William Kentridge a Toronto—And Soon, Calgary—Highlight

There are moments when the stars collide and ideal artistic partnerships are forged—sometimes across the centuries, and spanning different creative media. Such was the case in 2010, when the…

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Terence Koh Plants Poignant Gestures at the McMichael

Coverage of Terence Koh‘s recent performances at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection have tended to focus on the theme of “bad-boy-makes-good,” describing the Beijing-born,…

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Mike Nelson’s Mountain-Man Art Bridges UK and Canada

British artist Mike Nelson’s show “Amnesiac Hide,” at the Power Plant in Toronto until May 19, is the kind of exhibition that serves as a catalytic agent. Drop it into the Canadian…

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Peter Doig: Continental Drifter

On the fifth floor of New York’s Museum of Modern Art, the museum’s canonical installation-narrative of the history of Modernism begins with a painting by Paul Gauguin. The Moon and the…

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Francine Savard’s Weather-Forecast Works Shine Bright

In Eastern Canada, fall is the time when our everyday awareness of colour in nature hits a yearly high, with searing blue skies, flaming reds and oranges and wet, black tree trunks delivering a…

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MASS MoCA’s Oh, Canada Offers American Take on Canadian Art World

What do Americans think about when they think about Canada? This is the question that arises, inevitably, while touring the exhibition “Oh, Canada,” organized by the American curator Denise…

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Michael Snow Sets New Sights At the AGO

At 82, Toronto artist Michael Snow has savoured his share of honours, from his 1995 election to the France’s Chevalier de l’ordre des arts et des lettres to his Guggenheim Fellowship back

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