Two motion picture pieces by Meriem Bennani, a Moroccan-born New Yorker, are on display at the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery as part of the Wavelengths section of the Toronto International Film Festival.
Montreal Introduces Us to Yayoi Kusama
Montreal introduces us to Yayoi Kusama at the Phi Foundation Contemporary Arts Museum this July. The artist, being from Japan, is known primarily for her Infinity Mirrored Rooms, where solo audience members are indulged in a giant disco universe.
Shirin Neshat’s Land of Dreams
Iranian-born New York City resident Shirin Neshat is a visual artist best recognized for her work in photography, and film. Prior to the Iranian Islamic Revolution in 1974, Neshat traveled to Los Angeles to pursue her art studies.
Art In Real Life: the plumb is Toronto’s Underground Gallery Bringing Us Back Together
In September 2020, the plumb christened their newly renovated gallery space in Toronto’s St. Clair West neighbourhood with exhibition Pits, Seeds.
Vivienne Westwood and Juergen Teller In Naples for SS22′
At the beginning of last year, Vivienne Westwood and Andreas Kronthaler made the most of the relaxation of restrictions across Europe traveling down to Naples to see friends – a trip that would coincidentally set the scene for their SS22 campaign against “collapsing 16th-century houses, fishing boats, and vibrant locals.”
A Conversation between Sheila Nadimi & Brent Cleveland
Brent Cleveland and Sheila Nadimi, two artists living and working in Montreal, are both perhaps emblematic of the city’s propensity toward the avant-garde.
Indonesian Photographer Auli Sinaga’s Idyllic
Los Angeles-based Indonesian photographer Auli Sinaga‘s photography is filled with rage. “If you see me, a small Asian woman, you would never depict me as an angry person.
Avleen Kaur’s ‘This Is Not a Happy Show’
Avleen Kaur is an emerging visual artist based in Toronto, whose distinctive visual poetry speaks to the perils of human life.
Canadian Photographer Ibrahim Mahmoud’s ‘Where his Flowers Bloom’
Lee Bae’s Union
UNION is the first solo exhibition by South Korean artist Lee Bae in Canada. With a focus on the artist’s Issu du feu (Emerging From Fire) series from 1999-2000, the exhibition spans a variety of different non-traditional media.