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Canadian Art Spring 2009: Museums, Dreams, Spies and More

Across Canada Mar 15 2009

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POSTED: MARCH 19, 2009

The Spring 2009 edition of Canadian Art hits newsstands across Canada this week, sporting a cover story by Walrus editor Daniel Baird on the newly renovated Art Gallery of Ontario. Pick up a copy for this and other must-read articles, including:

• An insightful feature story on David Hoffos’s lucid, dreamy installations

• A revealing look at Toronto artist Nina Levitt’s work on Second World War-era female spies

• A rocked-out meditation on the massive touring show “Sympathy for the Devil”

• An intimate interview with Montreal painter Claude Tousignant

• A spotlight on two artists producing surveillance art for the Facebook era

But this issue’s treats don’t end in the magazine. Canadian Art Online is carrying exclusives and slide shows that expand on many of these articles, including:

More pics from the Art Gallery of Ontario renovation by photographer Christopher Dew

More stills from David Hoffos’s haunting touring work Scenes from the House Dream

More images from Claude Tousignant’s biggest-ever survey at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal

More views of “Métamorphosis,” an Istanbul group exhibition curated by the acclaimed Louise Déry and featuring works by Altmejd, Snow, Lewis and others

• Highlights from the 2009 Reel Artists Film Festival, including a video interview with director Andrew Neel (grandson of the famed painter Alice Neel) by critic Sarah Milroy

All this plus the informative previews, book news and exhibition reviews that you expect in every issue. Stay up to date with what’s happening in art from coast to coast and around the world—pick up a copy today!

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