Monthly Archives: February 2017

Shimmering Details: Lauren Regier

An artist feature on Lauren Regier’s lovely work, as part of the ongoing series highlighting artists in Niagara. Continue reading

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Sesquicentennial Divide

The Grimsby Public Art Gallery offers a nuanced conversation between two artists from their collection (Carl Beam, Frederick Hagan) that, in light of #Canada150 events in this country, offeres more questions than answers. An engaging and smart show. Continue reading

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Levine Flexhaug: “a man without land is nothing”

An exhibition that seems banal, boring and not at all appropriate when talking about culture. But after an amazing walk through and talk with Curator Marcie Bronson, the show took on a very different and very interesting flavour. Continue reading

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