Tag Archives: VISA Gallery

I’ll be your mirror: Alejandro Cartagena’s Presidential Selfies

Alejandro Cartagena’s exhibition A Presidential Guide to Selfies explores issues of propaganda and politics in an exhibition in the VISA gallery that is relevant both regionally and internationally. Continue reading

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Obscured and overt, obvious and implied / Amber Lee Williams’ (un)hidden at the VISA

Amber Lee Williams, a prolific interdisciplinary artist in Niagara, walks me through her graduating exhibition at the VISA Gallery. Continue reading

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Geography as metaphor : Vai e Vem

A response to uncanny, challenging exhibition Vai e Vem / Back and Forth in the VISA Gallery at the MIWSFPA, curated by Nadja de Carvalho Lamas and featuring works by Duncan MacDonald, Ehryn Torrell, Jefferson Kielwagen and Tirotti. Continue reading

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