being Canada's top art fair, I concentrated on works from young, mid-career and
senior artists, which I think easily stand up to the best of art fairs
is a fair amount of this type of process-based, minimal, textured work now and
Callum is one of the best young artists to do it. Who needs to go to Brooklyn?
Valerie is Canada's most inventive
sculptor, working in every possible material. No two works look alike.
work is really important and political. Ed Ruscha with a conscience. As a
lawyer, how could I not love this one?
embroidery very cool and interesting is no mean feat.
great Lynne Cohen, who just passed away leaving a gaping hole in Canadian art.
Where have the people gone? What is this weird space? Great art raises
Brendan's work and have since the first time I saw it in a group sculpture show
at The PowerPlant. Ming Dynasty meets robots. Ceramics to make you
think and smile.
of an artist's artist, Paul's new series is smart.
Vanderpant is totally under-rated and
influential, and would be recognized in the pantheon of modernist photography
had he worked in New York.