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Articles by Tess Edmonson

There are 16 articles by Tess Edmonson

Features
DIS Placed: Q&A with the Curators of the Berlin Biennale

“People constantly repeat the cliche that Berlin is over, but it’s only just begun.” Canadian writer Tess Edmonson talks with Berlin Biennale curators DIS.

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Tomorrow Gallery’s Tara Downs on Exhibiting a New Generation of Berlin and New York Artists in Toronto

Tomorrow Gallery, a project space that opened in the Toronto’s west end in June 2011, is introducing the city to a new generation of international artists. Tonight, it opens an exhibition by…

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Reviews
Taryn Simon’s MoMA Show Sets Photography Versus Reality

The title of American photographer Taryn Simon’s A Living Man Declared Dead and other Chapters I–XVIII refers to a landowner in the Indian province of Uttar Pradesh forced to leave his home after

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Reviews
Found in Translation: Missing Links

The typical take on translation favours something more lost than found. But as Tess Edmonson reports, the Deutsche Guggenheim’s recent show on translation showed it to be productive and positive…

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Reviews
Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal

For the 12th annual Mois de la Photo à Montréal, guest curator Anne-Marie Ninacs made a pivotal move with this year’s theme— “Lucidity: Inward Views”—by literally turning the camera in on

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Reviews
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries: There Are No Problems in Art

The gentrification of Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside—and local curatorial strategies of addressing it—recently provided conceptual and satirical fodder for Seoul art duo Young Hae-Chang Heavy…

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Must-Sees
Mathieu Lefevre: A Remembrance

Last Wednesday, the Canadian art community suffered the sudden loss of 30-year-old artist Mathieu Lefevre, who had recently moved from Montreal to New York. Here, critic Tess Edmonson remembers the…

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Must-Sees
The Modern Eye: Artfully Designed

Modern industrial design in Canada is a subject gaining increasing interest, and the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria’s current exhibition “The Modern Eye: Craft and Design in Canada…

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Global Nature: Tree Planting’s Tribes

This weekend is the last chance to see “Global Nature” in Kamloops. It features work by Sarah Anne Johnson and Lorraine Gilbert, two photographers who focus on our complicated relationship to…

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Aganetha Dyck: A Hive of Activity

Aganetha Dyck has made work with honeybees a hallmark of her multidisciplinary career, which encompasses sculpture, drawing and photography. In this interview with Tess Edmonson, Dyck discusses her…

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