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Art Reviews

  1. A Stainless Steel Rabbit Sells For $91 Million

    Jeff Koons, Rabbit 1986 To reduce Jeff Koons’ sculpture to a stainless steel rabbit, I admit is KINDA wrong but my reasoning for doing so comes from the question that I have been asking myself since his record breaking sale has happened: Should any piece of art be worth 91…

  2. TAR in NYC: Yayoi Kusama – The Obliteration Room

    Yayoi Kusama – dot, circle, point, prick As we walked along West 19th street towards David Zwirner’s gallery, a bunch of 20s something’s are walking away with different coloured stickers on their faces, body and dogs. The stickers are on the telephone poles, the streetlights and the ground. I start…

  3. Sally Mann – A Review About A Reading and An Experience

    I had just flown back from New York the day that I was expected to hear Sally Mann talk about, well to be honest I wasn’t sure what I was in for. I usually approach experiences in this way – I like the element of surprise. So here I am…

  4. Jimmy Limit - Self Publish, Be Happy

    As I walked up to the double doors on the second floor of 80 Spadina, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I entered and noticed clusters of people standing around the room discussing art and the upcoming events for this years CONTACT festival. This is Jimmy Limit’s performance piece, was…

  5. Jean-Michel Basquiat

    these fearless paintings on these perfect white walls in this prestigious space with a predominately white audience in a glorified frame you hang

  6. Douglas Coupland: Everywhere Is Anywhere Is Anything Is Everything

    When you open the blacked out doors you are faced with multiple shelves of objects that remind me of my little brothers 1950s fake wood tool set that he inherited and Lego pieces that he grew an obsession for. They are perfectly and undoubtedly systematically placed beside each other, creating…

  7. TAR in NYC: Xavier Le Roy - Retrospective

    Over the past two months a group of performers were hired to reenact the choreographic dances produced by Xavier Le Roy. Le Roy, who asked the performers to recycle and transform his past solo works, realized the exhibition Retrospective. Before entering the space the audience is confronted with didactic text…

  8. Snow Tokyo Solo Piano Video: What I Learned From Michael Snow

    For the first five minutes I was completely unsure of what to expect. Whispers from the audience grew loud and the screen went dark. Before the technical difficulty, we saw a stage with a grand piano to the right of the screen. The shot was tight and left little room…

  9. Jason de Haan: Free and Easy Wanderer

    Ok ok ok at first you might think “oh look it’s another elitist show in a white cube with things that I can’t decipher right away!” Who cares and why should I? Well to be honest maybe you shouldn’t - why does the dense never read unless forced to in…

  10. Iris Haussler: Villa Toronto - No Reading After the Internet

    Villa Toronto transformed Union Station into a public exhibition space with large white walls that reminded of the ones used in my undergraduate year-end show. These white walls created a maze like setting with coves filled with contemporary art from the most prominent galleries in Toronto. The sound of the…

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