Tag Archives: Niagara Artists Centre

RP2 @ NAC

Ready Player Two, at NAC, is not one exhibition (in four chapters, you might say) but (at least) two. They’re not separate entities, but blend together, offering a progression from the Plate Glass Gallery (The Kitchen) to the Dennis Tourbin … Continue reading

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MacDonald’s Menagerie at NAC

Melanie MacDonald’s Florida Noir, in the Dennis Tourbin Gallery at Niagara Artists Centre, is another example of how she’s one of the finest painters in the region. We talked about her influences and I offer some impressions of the works on display. Continue reading

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Memory and Place: At an Intersection of Nations

Some thoughts spanning several galleries and many artists as part of the Celebration of Nations events at Brock University and in the downtown cultural sphere. Continue reading

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“Once we had words” : Colin Nun at NAC

Colin Nun’s work at the Dennis Tourbin straddles language and mark making, imagery and words, in a way that shows that neither is ever separate of the other. Continue reading

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Discarded Beauty: Steve deBruyn

Steve deBruyn’s solo exhibition in the main space at NAC, that challenged the idea of “fine art” and brought aspects of labour and discards into the gallery space, literally and metaphorically. Continue reading

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