CURRENT ISSUE | WINTER 2015
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News in Brief: CARFAC Agreement, $2 Million Venice Donation and MMFA Painting Restored

This week, CARFAC ratified their agreement with the National Gallery, Canadian artists at the Venice Biennale received a $2 million donation and more.

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Kim Adams : One for the Road

“Over the course of his lengthy career, senior Canadian artist Kim Adams has created a lively and sophisticated body of drawings and sculptural works created by transforming ordinary, mass-produced

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Must-Sees This Week: February 26 to March 4, 2015

Great exhibitions are opening across Canada this week. Here are our best bets.

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Mathieu Beauséjour Discusses his Canadian Career

Although he has garnered international success, Montreal-based multimedia artist Mathieu Beauséjour remains virtually unknown in English Canada—for now.

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One-Eyed Rabbit: Jonathan Plante

Montreal artist Jonathan Plante’s playful exhibition includes an animated video, original paintings, a giant didactic book, and mirror anamorphoses that will stimulate the imagination of…

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Sarah Cale: My Religion Makes No Sense And Does Not Help Me Therefore I Pursue It

This solo exhibition of Sarah Cale presents the artist’s recent body of work. Cale continues to stretch the limits of painting beyond conventional figure and ground relations, using collage and

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Gavin Lynch: Janus

Angell Gallery presents a solo exhibition of new works by Gavin Lynch, a fresh, exciting voice in Canadian landscape painting.

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September: Jeff Tutt & Josh Thorpe

“September” features a selection of recent paintings, prints and drawings by Toronto-based artists Jeff Tutt and Josh Thorpe.

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Diaz Contemporary
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Elapsed

“Elapsed” is a group exhibition featuring Adad Hannah, Philippa Jones, Marianne Nicolson, Ann Smith and Jennifer Pighin, five artists whose work seems to bridge the past with the future.

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Philippe Raphanel: Ascending World

Equinox Gallery presents and exhibition of Philippe Raphanel’s delicately patterned paintings.

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Andrew Dadson: Over the Sun

A solo exhibition of Vancouver-based artist Andrew Dadson, “Over the Sun” features work exploring abstraction in various media, including new monumental paintings.

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