Angell Gallery’s parallel exhibitions of Janine Miedzik’s “Tie-Dye for Germans” and John Eisler’s “Lantern” bring together two artists for whom play is serious business. Keep Reading
Monica Tap’s current exhibition at MKG in Toronto is comprised of nine paintings that are linked by subject matter and theoretical concern. All nine landscapes offer views of zones where water meets land and are thus quite literally paintings of reflections on watery surfaces. Two facing paintings, both aptly titled Amnesia, in the smaller front space establish the visual economy that will be radically contravened in the gallery’s larger back space. Keep Reading
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