Intimacy is key in the work of Hadley + Maxwell. Since 2001 the duo has been working through a series of close encounters with curators and collectors of art, accumulating personal information about aesthetic preferences and passions that is then interpreted into installations in their interlocutors' homes.
Who knows what Margaux Williamson's paintings are about? Margaux Williamson, that's who—or at least one gathers she does, if not by conscious design then subliminally, like a forgetful dreamer.
The first image I see is a photograph by Karin Bubas that is dominated by a magnificent redwood tree, beside which stands a woman with her back to the camera. ...
The Vancouver-based artist Damian Moppett recently set himself the task of learning the craft of pottery. ... Summer 2005
The anatomy of art receives nightmarish (and scrupulous) attention in Ben Reeves's new work. ... Summer 2005
For some decades, abstract painting has been tricky terrain to negotiate. ... Fall 2004
"Terrorvision" at Exit Art in New York was a presentation of a theme: the experience of terror. Find out more in this review from the Fall 2004 issue of Canadian Art.
Love has lent its name to any number of popular films, novels and advertisements. Summer 2004
In his first solo show in Switzerland, Shaan Syed presents a series of paintings mostly depicting night scenes. ... Winter 2004
Using humour and irony to engage the serious issue of despoiled animal habitats is no easy task, yet Bill Burns makes it work in his "Safety Gear for Small Animals." Find out more in this review from our Winter 2004 issue.