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Desk Attendants, Spaeter, Duisburg 1982 Courtesy Sprüth Magers Berlin / London © Andreas Gursky / SODRAC 2009

Juan Esteban Toribio Metal, National School for the Blind, Mexico City 2003 Courtesy of the artist © 2009 Marco Antonio Cruz

Landscape with Roman Ruins 1536 Courtesy Sammlungen des Fürsten von und zu Liechtenstein Vaduz-Wien

M + M
Putin Tiger 2008

Post and Lintel 2009 Courtesy Georgia Scherman Projects



Andreas Gursky

Andreas Gursky: Small is Beautiful

Surprises abound in a new Andreas Gursky survey at the Vancouver Art Gallery. Though the famed German artist is best known for mural-sized images, the 130-work exhibition includes a number of smaller photographs as well. Read more…


Marco Antonio Cruz

Marco Antonio Cruz Wins $50,000 Grange Prize

Mexico City photographer Marco Antonio Cruz edged out Canadian and Mexican finalists to win the $50,000 Grange Prize in Toronto on May 26. The prize, decided by open online voting, shifts next year to a focus on French photographers. Read more…


Herman Posthumus

From Raphael to Carracci:
The Art of Papal Rome

This week, many Canadian art-lovers are preparing to jet to Italy for the Venice Biennale. Yet it’s not such a bad idea to wait for Italy to come to you, as in the National Gallery’s new blockbuster “From Raphael to Carracci: The Art of Papal Rome.” Read more…


M + M

M + M:
Driven by Distraction

Vladimir Putin, Saddam Hussein and George W. Bush are just a few of the world figures seen in Berlin duo M + M’s current exhibition. Together, the artists dissect the everyday electronic-media barrage and its attendant political consequences. Read more…


Melanie Authier

Melanie Authier:
Chain Links

Melanie Authier’s latest exhibition takes an exploratory approach to history and hue alike resulting in a fresh and definitely contemporary show of painting about painting. Carol-Ann M. Ryan traces the artist’s creative debt to legacies of expression and abstraction. Read more…



Openings & Events Highlights /
May 28 to June 3, 2009

28.05.09 TORONTO Shary Boyle & Shuvinai Ashoona opening 5-7pm Justina M Barnicke Gallery 7 Hart House Circ

29.05.09 OTTAWA "Raphael to Carracci: The Art of Papal Rome" first day National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

30.05.09 TORONTO Balint Zsako publication launch 1-3pm Art Metropole 788 King St W

30.05.09 MONTREAL Florine Leoni opening 7pm Fonderie Darling 745 rue Ottawa

30.05.09 VANCOUVER Andreas Gursky first day Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St


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Friday, June 5, 2009 at 5 pm

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