At the forefront of Ken Lum’s book Everything is Relevant are questions of art’s necessity. Written over 28 years, the questions start with introspection and move outward and backwards. Keep Reading
Co-published in 2020 by Éditions Plein Sud and the Galerie d’art Antoine-Sirois de l’Université de Sherbrooke, the 301-page publication covers Carrière’s life work thus far, from his first street photographs, taken in the early 1970s, to his latest large-scale documentary series. Keep Reading
“Damian Moppett: Vignettes” is the 51-year-old Vancouver artist’s first exhibition devoted to figurative painting and the first to contain images taken from the history of modernist photography. In his words, the dozen paintings here are “defiantly a new body of work coming out of a newish way of working.” Keep Reading
Simply titled “Bruce Nauman,” this show presents a broad survey of the artist’s five-decades-long career and emphasizes its multidisciplinarity as well as his loyalty to high modernist themes. Included are a large number of his neon pieces, as well as sound and video/installation works, while the remainder exist heterogeneously. Keep Reading
Amy Sillman, the New York-based artist, has been writing reviews, essays and other kinds of criticism for 15 years, but she has only now brought out her first book. Keep Reading
An Interview with Stan Douglas
If Stan Douglas weren’t a filmmaker, video artist and photographer, he’d be a writer. He thinks like a writer. When he talks about his projects and bodies of work, how they come into being and how they develop, it is like listening to a novelist outlining a plot, setting a scene or describing a character. He provides a narrative frame in which stories and characters present and configure themselves, often in complicated situations. Keep Reading
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