Art Review

Ink culture

A behind the scenes look at Bernard Clark: Tattoo Portraits.Continue...

Music between the leaves

A review on an art exhibit exploring electric guitars.Continue...

Deceptively simple

A review of Annie Pootoogook's Kinngait Compositions.Continue...

Technology tie-down

Modern Fuel's new exhibit, Abbas Akhavan's Correspondences, explores the effects of modern technology on human relationshipsContinue...

Comfort in tears

Andrew McPhail opens a new exhibit at Union Gallery.Continue...

A game of two cities

The Agnes Etherington puts on Vera Frenkel's String Games.Continue...

A tapestry tale

A Tapestry of Birth at Union Gallery explores one artist's concerns during her first pregnancy.Continue...

Brawn on the lawn

There are three life-sized sculptures made out of chicken wire on the front yard of 448 Bagot St. The spectacle is part of the Swamp Ward Window project that presents artwork in a location for people to pass by everyday and interact with in an unconventional way.Continue...

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