Archive for March, 2007

Artist talks at the Vancouver CAG

Hear Geoffrey Farmer and Kika Thorne talk about their work in the exhibition Gasoline Rainbows this Thursday, March 8 at 7 pm at the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver. The exhibition runs until March 18th.

A great reason to visit the Ontario Science Centre

David Rokeby, Cloud, 2007. Image: Pari Nadimi Gallery. Cloud is David Rokeby’s brand new kinetic installation hanging suspended in the Great Hall at the Ontario Science Centre. One hundred identical sculptural elements, arranged in ten by ten grid, are rotated at slightly differing speeds by computer-controlled motors. Cloud creates constantly shifting fields and patterns in the space of the Great
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Missing Victor Pellerin

Missing Victor Pellerin If you enjoyed Iris Haeussler’s recent hyper-real installation The Legacy of Joseph Wagenbach in Toronto: The Legacy of Joseph Wagenbach. Image: e-flux.com

Deitch says…

From this weekend’s New York Times: Novice Art Collectors Find Access Is Priceless By ERIC KONIGSBERG Published: March 3, 2007 It’s nothing new that the art market attracts novice collectors with passion for the work, a degree of financial acumen and the knowledge, perhaps unspoken, that owning fine art confers a special status. But these days, the frenzied pitch of
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Nuit Blanche Montreal

Nuit Blanche Montreal happens this weekend, at the close of the ten-day long Montreal Highlights Festival. Nuit Blanche, 2006. Image: bp1.blogger.com The Highlights Festival includes the underground footrace, a performing arts segment and the Wine and Dine experience, when Montreal hosts the world’s greatest chefs and winemakers – This year, New York is the featured city. Among this year’s Nuit
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