Robert S. Duncanson’s 19th-century landscapes were shaped by an abolitionist imaginary
Adam Lauder reappraises Robert Smithson‘s Glue Pour project, noting its resonance with wider narratives of Vancouver art and Conceptual art's history.
What makes museums tick these days? In this interview from our Summer 2012 issue, archivist Adam Lauder explores this question—and related ones—with influential Toronto museums consultant Barry Lord, co-founder of Lord Cultural Resources.
In his recent show titled “The Zone of No Ideas,” Jay Isaac rejected neo-conceptualist logic in favour of more painterly problems. Now, Adam Lauder finds that Isaac’s paintings offer a complex and mature statement on abstraction.