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Sky Goodden’s Top Pick from the Canadian Art Foundation Auction

Sky Goodden’s Top Pick from the Canadian Art Foundation Auction

Sky Goodden, writer and founding editor of Momus, picks her favourite work from the Canadian Art Foundation's upcoming auction.

Modernism Revisited—With a Prairie Twist
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Bodies in Trouble & Time3: Performing the Capital

Bodies in Trouble & Time3: Performing the Capital

In Ottawa, it’s usually political performance that’s the focus of the day. But as Sky Goodden writes of her recent trip to the capital, the city’s artist-run centres have also been hosting some excellent events on performance art and its documentation.

Julian Schnabel: Great Expectations

Julian Schnabel: Great Expectations

Toronto was atwitter last week with the arrival of famed artist Julian Schnabel, who was installing his show “Art and Film” at the AGO. Sky Goodden reports from Schnabel’s press meeting, and wonders about this mighty figure’s seeming return to modesty.

Teri Donovan: Disappearing Her Subjects

Teri Donovan: Disappearing Her Subjects

Teri Donovan’s recent Hamilton show featured many haunting subjects—shadowless women at ghostly socials, young girls suspended in horizonless grounds and more. Sky Goodden reviews, finding a compelling mix of energy and ennui.

Empire of Dreams: City Sounds

Empire of Dreams: City Sounds

A big summer exhibition of Toronto artists centres on experiences of the built environment. Yet as Sky Goodden writes, the show deals as much with absence and illusion as it does with the physical and the concrete.

Adaptation: Interspecies Investigations

Adaptation: Interspecies Investigations

When humans, animals and the natural world meet, the outcome can be unpredictable. The Power Plant’s current exhibition, “Adaptation: Between Species,” charts the effects of these interspecies relationships with a survey of works by 22 international artists. As Sky Goodden notes, the results range from the intense to the introspective.