At DNA Artspace in London, the collective Parker Branch combine thrift-store junk to create strange works that question the act of exhibition-making.
In his show "They," Brendan Fernandes struck a difficult balance: work that maintained a political bent, but also displayed a sense of optimism and humour.
YYZ Artists' Outlet, Toronto
The exhibition “Fray” was a mammoth project involving 19 artists working with a vast range of textile-related approaches. The show could have been framed as a survey of current textile-based practice in Canada, but such thinking appeared less important than demonstrating that textile work, now commonplace in contemporary art, is still regularly relegated to the art world’s edges.