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Articles by Peter Goddard

There are 9 articles by Peter Goddard

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Geoffrey Farmer Takes Pride of Place at the Louvre

Geoffrey Farmer’s work greets visitors entering “A Brief History of the Future” at the Louvre in Paris. Peter Goddard reports.

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Frieze and the New Whitney Light Up New York

Peter Goddard reports from New York, where the Frieze art fair and the new Whitney building offer a rare, luminescent moment of celebration in Manhattan.

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The Artist as Hunter: Kent Monkman in France

A poignant grande dame shown lost in memory in a lonely château is a fairly familiar image around Rochechouart in central France. Dour pictures of the novelist George Sand from the mid-19th century…

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Remembering Toronto’s 1960s Spadina Art Scene

Current enthusiasm for the 1960s and contiguous years, while not confined to art institutions—witness today’s pop naifs channelling much-diluted James Brown played by the likes of Sharon Jones…

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Keizo Kitajima Photo-Book Reissue Sings of Art’s Punk Spirit

Pussy Riot’s threat to Russia’s moral underpinnings reminds us of punk’s shock ‘n’ shuck glory days before its gritty aesthetic was absorbed by the mainstream. However, prime-time punk’s…

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William Kurelek: The End Time

In this feature from our Spring 2012 issue, Toronto critic Peter Goddard reflects on “The Messenger,” a major touring retrospective of William Kurelek’s works produced jointly by the Winnipeg Art…

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Françoise Sullivan: Solar Spirit

MONTREAL Deep winter, 2010. It’s teeth-rattling bitter in Montreal, so the talk in Françoise Sullivan’s atelier in old Pointe-Saint-Charles turns to the intertwined arts of painting and toughing

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Sympathy for the Devil

Rock and roll meets the art world in Montreal

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Martha Fleming: Atomism and Animism

Barely through the front doors of the Science Museum on Exhibition Road in London’s old-money South Kensington, you come to face a towering, ancient artifact. Ancient? It is, in fact, the landing…

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