Tag Archives: NIagara

Also [Art ] Also [Play] Also [Absurd]: Donna Akrey at Rodman Hall

Donna Akrey’s exhibition at Rodman Hall was odd and enjoyable, genuinely interactive, and at times very funny, very absurd, and never took itself too seriously. Continue reading

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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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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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William Griffiths: a history in texture and time / lovely ruins

William Griffiths’ works in the Dennis Tourbin space are engaging images of the industrial wasteland, and we talked about his work and aesthetic. Continue reading

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