Monthly Archives: May 2017

Discarded Beauty: Steve deBruyn

Steve deBruyn’s solo exhibition in the main space at NAC, that challenged the idea of “fine art” and brought aspects of labour and discards into the gallery space, literally and metaphorically. Continue reading

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Part 8. One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

A further update on Brock University and Rodman Hall, specifically as regards the position of Director of RHAC. Continue reading

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In the Soil 2017: your intrepid #artcriticfromhell’s purely subjective synopsis

Your intrepid #artcriticfromhell offers a mad round up of my wonderful experience of In The Soil. Continue reading

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Peculiar Practices in Grimsby & Beyond

Tony Calzetta’s work at the GPAG is massive and stands somewhere between signage and symbol, between painting and postering. I visited the show with Geoff Farnsworth, and our conversations turned into this article. Continue reading

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