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Articles by Christina Bagatavicius

There are 9 articles by Christina Bagatavicius

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L’Arsenal: Industrial Revolution

Tucked behind the bustle of Montreal’s rue Notre-Dame, a century-old shipyard has been transformed into a stunning complex dedicated to contemporary art. In this article from our Winter 2012 issue,

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Mois de la Photo: Into the Deeps

This fall, Montreal’s international photography biennial returns with the theme “Lucidity: Inward Views.” Christina Bagatavicius reviews, noting a thoughtfully curated range of heavy hitters…

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Anish Kapoor

Expectations were high for Anish Kapoor’s latest exhibition, which marked the first time a living artist has been given free rein in the Royal Academy.

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It Happened in your Neighbourhood

A playful Daniel Buren installation that riffed on the building’s exterior by overlaying colourful geometric patterns onto an attention-grabbing skylight was an indication of the contemporary…

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Ingres and the Moderns: Harems, Hijacked

Cindy Sherman, Francis Bacon and Robert Mapplethorpe. “Ingres and the Moderns” in Quebec City sets out to celebrate the Turkish Bath master while tracing his influence across contemporary…

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Eastside Westside: Montreal Art Today

Concordia, UQAM and the Montreal art scene

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Re-Enactments: Rediscovering the Collective Past

The DHC/Art Foundation’s latest exhibition Re-Enactments boldly suggests that we have reached an era where new ideas can only arise through a rediscovery of the past.

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From the Archives: David Altmejd and the 2007 Venice Biennale

In the lead-up to the 2013 Venice Biennale, which opens to the public on June 1, we have been digging through our archives to look at Canada’s past presentations there. In this instalment from our…

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Giardini Birdland

Those who have visited the Venice Biennale might recall the unusual character of the Canadian Pavilion. Built by Italian architects in 1958, the wood, steel and glass building is surrounded by lush…

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