The latest exhibition at 13th Street Gallery features the work of Henry Saxe and Joseph Drapell, who have positioned themselves ‘outside’ some of the dominant art movements of the last half century. I offer a response to that assertion, as well as the works on display.
The newest exhibition at 13th Street Gallery features two established Canadian painters, in Dan Solomon and Paul Sloggett. Their works explore both the history of abstraction as well as offering a soft divergence of what abstraction is now.
Rodman Hall Art Centre closed with the COVID pandemic, but is likely to never re open. This is more so a culmination of Brock University’s ‘demolition through neglect’ than anything caused by COVID. Some final thoughts on the saga of this soon to be lost site of culture and history in Niagara.
In 2009, I curated a number of works from the TPG collection, for paved arts in Saskatoon. The show was titled Personal Geographies, and I offer some images and information from that, including an article about our panel discussion.