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Let’s be Creative with Architectural Destruction

LOATHED: THIS article by Toronto architecture critic Christopher Hume tells of a developer who skirted the law by hiring thugs to deface a building that was slated for heritage protection. Now the building can’t be designated, so he’s able to just tear it down. Gordon Matt-Clark, Conical Intersect, 1974-5. Image: thesprawlnetwork.com Such little respect for our architectural heritage is astounding.
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Canada in May: VoCA Recommends…Ottawa and Winnipeg

OTTAWA: Carlton University Art Gallery Michèle Provost: Selling Out Ron Giii: Hegel’s Salt Man Nanuit: The Polar Bear in Inuit Art 5 May – 24 August 2008 Ron Giii, Atomicus Removing The Atomic Space, 1985. Image: paulpetro.com RON GIII: Coming from the University of Toronto, this survey exhibition of the brilliantly-named Ron Giii’s work features early work, performance documentation and
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