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Bravo! to Canadian Art: All About Painting

Across Canada Jul 31 2010
Ben Klein, coordinator of "Extreme Painting," speaks to Bravo! television. Ben Klein, coordinator of "Extreme Painting," speaks to Bravo! television.

Ben Klein, coordinator of "Extreme Painting," speaks to Bravo! television.

The second of Bravo! Arts & Minds' four quarterly features on Canadian Art was screened on the network this past weekend, bringing a behind-the-scenes understanding of contemporary art to TV audiences across Canada. Hosted by Seamus O’Regan, this episode—available for free online viewing below—uses our Summer 2010 issue, “All About Painting,” as a jumping-off point. It features an interview with Canadian Art cover star Elizabeth McIntosh, a segment with editor Richard Rhodes at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal's Paul-Émile Borduas exhibition, and a tour of some of the galleries participating in "Extreme Painting" this summer. Other segments highlight a public art installation at Toronto’s Ireland Park, featured in Summer 2010's "Places" section, and document outreach efforts of the Canadian Art Foundation’s School Hop program, which took students on a tour of a contemporary African photography show (among other exhibitions) this spring.

This article was first published online on August 5, 2010.

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