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Top Ten Exhibitions of 2007

Photo caption: Fred Herzog, Lucy/Georgia, 1968, courtesy Equinox Gallery Photo caption: Fred Herzog, Lucy/Georgia, 1968, courtesy Equinox Gallery

Photo caption: Fred Herzog, Lucy/Georgia, 1968, courtesy Equinox Gallery

Fred Herzog: Vancouver Photographs, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, January 25 to May 13, 2007—Vancouver photography finds an accomplished precursor.

www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/the_exhibitions/exhibit_herzog.html




Unterspiel, Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, January 18 to February 25, 2007—Contemporary art from Vienna—the new London of the international art scene.

www.utm.utoronto.ca/services/gallery/pages/past_exhibitions/2007_
unterspiel.html




Chris Kline, Galerie René Blouin, Montreal, April 7 to May 12, 2007—The most meditative, abstract paintings of the year.

www.galeriereneblouin.com/History/Shows/2007/3_kline-07/GRB_kline07_1.html




Projections, Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, University of Toronto, April 8 to June 17, 2007—Curator Barbara Fischer’s museum-scale survey of Canadian projection art.

jmbgallery.ca/ExPastProjections.html




Francisco Castro: Variations on a Theme, Diaz Contemporary, Toronto, September 6 to October 13, 2007—Rough, lived in geometric minimalism via Mexico.

www.diazcontemporary.ca

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This article was first published online on January 4, 2008.

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