Storytelling for social change with Lori Blondeau
Sinbad in the rented world embraces the excesses of camp and pinpoints a new queer aesthetic in Toronto art Fall 2004
La Biennale de Montréal's mastermind Claude Gosselin speaks frankly on the state of art in Quebec ... Fall 2004
Toronto artist and activist Allyson Mitchell takes touchable art into risky territory Summer 2004
Rodney Graham rises to the occasion of a major survey at the Art Gallery of Ontario Spring 2004
The half-life and unsettling art of Taras Polataiko Fall 2003
The crowd at the opening of “Hammertown” in Edinburgh, Scotland, didn’t quite know what to make of it—a Coleman cooler filled with Budweiser “tall boy” beers sitting on the floor in an art gallery—until Brian Jungen, whose work it is, walked over to it, took out a can and pulled the tab, a bit like a hostess leading with the correct fork.