Tag Archives: Grimsby

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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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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Grimsby Bi Annual 2016 / Regional Contrasts

My response to the 2016 Grimsby Public Art Gallery Bi Annual Exhibition: a diverse show with artists of various calibres. Continue reading

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