The two-person art collective who show as Blue Republic are partners in life as well as making. Married couple Anna Passakas and Radoslaw Kudlinski have been creating a wide range of provocative, beautiful and genre-breaking work for years. Keep Reading
Gordon Smith and the Tradition of Painting
Bordered by tangled vegetation, the scene is full of the natural energy and cultural incident that compel Smith’s eye, although he insists that he is giving up representational painting. He repeats that intention three times, like a mantra, and then indicates a crowd of recently completed canvasses, leaning against the far wall. Keep Reading
On Geoffrey Farmer’s “A Light In The Moon” Keep Reading
Beth Stuart’s exhibition “LOUD.BROWN.SHROUD.” at Erin Stump Projects, Toronto, ran from May 30 to June 30, 2013; her exhibition “WARM.WORN.UNIFORM.” is at Battat Contemporary in November, 2013 and she is included in “The Painting Project” at UQAM from June 7 to July 6, 2013. Keep Reading
The Patti Smith I encountered when she opened her hotel-room door in Ottawa this past November, while she was in the middle of a whirlwind, eight-city international tour with Neil Young and Crazy Horse, was hardly the frenzied, spit-spraying performer she was in the 1970s—and, incredibly, still is. Keep Reading
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