Judy Radul, Sternberg Press, 240 pp., $38.00
Classical romantic tragedy meets Game of Thrones kitsch in the nervy textile artworks of Berlin-based Canadian artist Emma LaMorte
To pine for planets or gods is to gaze upwards. In a new book of poems and drawings, artist Alex Turgeon aims high by using a supple approach to language and line.
In Swiss artist Roman Signer’s topsy-turvy oeuvre, chaos is a courted guest and disaster is never far away. But as Mitch Speed observes at an unusual Zurich show of Signer’s models and drawings, the artist also has an unapologetic and energizing fascination with the world.