Blog Post Category Archive (Art)

  1. Thursday: CSA Space/ Ron Terada- Today It’s Me, Tomorrow It’s You

    This Thursday CSA Space presents Today It’s Me, Tomorrow It’s You showcasing work by Ron Terada  Opening reception Thursday 3 September 2015, 6-9pm September 2015 through 4 October 2015 Curated by Steven Tong and Christopher Brayshaw

  2. Zero to One on Paper at Ratio 3

    Sol LeWitt, Color Grid No. 17 (Large, Straight Red/Broken Blue), 1975 Be sure to check out Zero to One on Paper at Ratio 3 through August 21st! Alyson Shotz, Daniel Buren, Donald Judd, Ellsworth Kelly, Louisiana Bendolph, Martin Puryear, Mary

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  3. A BIGGER SPLASH

    From 1971-1973, Jack Hazan gained intimate access to David Hockney and his circle of friends and lovers to create A Bigger Splash. Using a ‘structured reality’ format rather than pure documentary, he crafted a mesmerising film, groundbreaking in style and

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  4. Tonight: The Emerald- Bird Sanctuary/ Vinyl Collections

    The guys that brought you the classy Wednesday nights ‘ Cheap & Easy’  at The London Pub  has now brought you  Bird Sanctuary at The Emerald(555 Gore) once a month.  They will be sharing their vinyl collection but probably not

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  5. Barbican Centre:Doug Aitken’s Project- Station to Station

    The multidisciplinary New-York based  artist, Doug Aitken’s project Station to Station: A 30 Day Happening, takes over the Barbican Centre in London from June 27 – July 26th.This ‘living exhibition’, brings together a fusion of international and UK-based artists from the world of contemporary art,

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  6. 30 Self-Portraits Drawn While the Artist Was Under the Influence of drugs

    30 Self-Portraits Drawn While the Artist Was Under the Influence of 30 Drugs Bryan Lewis Saunders likes to take drugs, both legal and illegal, and then draw pictures of himself. The results are strikingly different from drug to drug, and

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  7. THE BERNARD SHAKEY FILM RETROSPECTIVE: NEIL YOUNG ON SCREEN

    The Cinematheque (Vancouver) JULY 31 /AUGUST 1-4, 6, 10 “It’s really such a great thing to have this program of Bernard Shakey’s films … He’s really an amazing filmmaker.” JIM JARMUSCH The Bernard Shakey Film Retrospective: Neil Young On Screen

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  8. BEVERLY HILLS JOHN AT Sprüth Magers

    John Waters has a new art exhibition in London at Sprüth Magers.  Beverly Hills John opened July 1st and will be running until August 15th. From Sprüth Magers: Sprüth Magers is delighted to present John Waters’ first ever exhibition in London, Beverly

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  9. SS16: Saint Laurent

    The new Saint Laurent  SS16 menswear collection debuted yesterday paying homage to music, rebellion, and of course youth: ‘
This collection, entitled Surf Sound and subtitled “A Tribute to Contemporary Californian Surf Music Culture,” was Slimane’s riff on that home turf.

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  10. Monte Clark Gallery: GARRY WINOGRAND WITH LARRY CLARK

    Two of our favourite American cultural photographers Garry Winogrand with the work of Larry Clark opens at Monte Clark Gallery  July 11th(2pm-4pm). The exhibition is called ‘Women are better than men. Not only have they survived, they do prevail.’ and

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  11. JEFF HAMADA: REMAKE

    After working on it for years, Jeff Hamada of Booooooom has released his first book. Remake has a simple notion: reimagining and remaking master works of art. The results from this exploration into the history of art are everything from

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  12. ROAD TO RUIN AT COOPER COLE

    Toronto Gallery Cooper Cole has a new location (1134 Dupont St.) and they are inaugurating with the group show Road to Ruin featuring, Martin Soto Climent, Anne-Lise Coste, Ryan Foerster, Jesse Harris, Jeremy Jansen, Jenine Marsh, Marlie Mul, John Riepenhoff,

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