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
Simon Hughes’s one-person exhibition opened on March 5, 2020, at the Peel Art Museum and Archives in Brampton, Ontario, and closed a week later due to the coronavirus. The gallery, smartly, has decided to continue the show through October 12, which is a good thing, since the work deserves a large audience. Keep Reading
Ashley Gillanders keeps wondering about photography. From the time she saw an exhibition in 2014 at the International Center of Photography in New York called “What Is a Photograph?” she has been asking herself the question posed in the exhibition’s title. Curated by Carol Squiers, that show featured 21 emerging and established artists, including Alison Rossiter, Eileen Quinlan, Travess Smalley and Owen Kydd, and inquired into the myriad directions that photography had taken since the 1970s. Keep Reading
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