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Fall 2013

On newsstands September 15, 2013

Features

Making it Make Itself Micah Lexier brings himself, and Toronto art, to the Power Plant by Christina Ritchie Web Extra: Exhibition Preview Slideshow The Art of War Louie Palu is bored of being shot at, but his journeys to hot spots continue by Noah Richler Continental Drifter Peter Doig revisits his roots and the legacies of colonialism by Sarah Milroy Web Extra: Peter Doig Slideshow A Manic Joy Kristan Horton turns obsession into art by Murray Whyte

Paris-Toronto

The Dirty Pretty Things We Do A celabration of curatorial joie de vivre by Sarah Robayo Sheridan Chance at Work Mohamed Bourouissa pushes at the limits of photography by Daniel Baird Web Extra: Mohamed Bourouissa Slideshow The Rose Without Why Ami Barak honours Duchamp's readymade at Toronto's Nuit Blanche by Richard Rhodes To Name a Few Six artists build a new aesthetic vocabulary in France by Vincent Honoré Assembled in the Light Louidgi Beltrame and a fiction of the modern by Lisa Steele

 

 
 

Agenda

A national and international roundup of the season's best exhibitions

Readings

Recent art books and catalogues

Faces

Peter Wilkins and Will Gill: Rock and Lagoon by Leah Sandals

Places

688 Cambie Street, Vancouver: Parking Lot of Dreams by Danielle Egan

Reviews

“Sakahàn” by Bryne McLaughlin Roy Arden by Aaron Peck Mark Clintberg by Shauna Thompson David Askevold by Daniel Joyce Adrian Göllner by Petra Halkes Wanda Koop by Katie Addleman Germaine Koh by Robin Laurence Stephanie Vegh by Ben Portis Sherry Walchuk by Saelan Twerdy  

Backstory

New France by Claire Le Masne  
Fall 2013