When I arrived at the office last week for a scheduled interview, the woman I was meeting was both everything I anticipated – and not at all what I expected – at once. At first glance, you might take her...
If you weren’t able to attend this year’s four-day Juried Contemporary Art Fair The Artist Project 2013, don’t fret. I am here to fill you in on all the highlights from the opening night and let you in on some must-see upcoming local artists that stood out at the fair
Dorothy and Herbert Vogel are not how you would imagine the “typical” art collectors. The famed New York City couple collected contemporary art for years, keeping it everywhere and anywhere within their beloved one-bedroom Upper East Side rent-controlled apartment. We had a chance to sit down with Dorothy during her recent visit to Toronto; here's what we learned
For the past few years, visual artist Nathalie Quogliotto (Montreal/Toronto) has curated a mixed selection of artworks to celebrate the event(s). This year, on her 28th birthday, the show was held at one of my favourite local Queen West galleries, gallerywest in Toronto, and focused on artists in the Toronto arts community
From the moment I met Sean Martindale in a street art tour coordinated by through the AGO Next, I knew right away he was doing something thoughtful and thought-provoking in our city. I instantly had a predilection for his plant poster installations that he so patiently and with gentle hands demonstrated for the group of eager art hounds that day, and then realized after perusing his website I had seen so many of his pieces around the city
What used to be mechanic shop tucked away on an off-beat side street in Bloordale Village is now resident to one of Toronto’s most imminent galleries. We sat down with Owner Daniel Faria to talk a bit about his space and the arts scene in our city
Traditional telephone booths have become a thing of the past as a result of ever-emerging communications technology and will likely become obsolete in the near future. Unless there's a way to save them â€“ not by using them for the original purpose, but through art