Tag Archives: Grimsby Public Art Gallery

Shelter vs Symbolism / The Tent Project at GPAG

John Notten’s The Tent Project succeeds in some ways, fails in others, but offers an interesting symbol that has an historical, and contemporary, power. Continue reading

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Kintsugi: A Contemplative Whole

Bruno Capalongo offers meditative works at the Grimsby Public Art Gallery that explore beauty in frailty, and beauty in that which is damaged. Continue reading

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AIH Studios in Welland

Tony Calzetta and Gabrielle de Montmollin have turned a space in downtown Welland into a combined studio, gallery and living space, and I visited them to see their artwork and their role in shifting the community to one where culture is more prevalent. 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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Sandy Middleton / a multiplicity of practice

One of the first artist features I produced with The Sound, on the very different bodies of work of Sandy Middleton. Continue reading

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