Monthly Archives: November 2017

MacDonald’s Menagerie at NAC

Melanie MacDonald’s Florida Noir, in the Dennis Tourbin Gallery at Niagara Artists Centre, is another example of how she’s one of the finest painters in the region. We talked about her influences and I offer some impressions of the works on display. Continue reading

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Owning Space: Material Girls

An exhibition about “women taking up space” that, in its latest iteration in Rodman Hall, is the best installation I’ve seen of a show that mixes politics, aesthetics and history. Continue reading

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