Reel Artists Film Festival 2013

January 25, 2013

The 10th annual Reel Artists Film Festival, which takes place from February 20 to 24, 2013, presents a selection of international feature-length and short documentaries that address challenges and questions ...

Michel de Broin: Matters of Circulation

March 22, 2012

Canadian artist Michel de Broin playfully challenges our understanding of objects and ideas that influence daily routines. His artwork subtly pokes fun at the ironic nature of progress and efficiency, ...

Shary Boyle: Heartburn Porcelain

March 22, 2012

Using escapism as a transformative attempt to extend beyond the bounds of historical periods and reality forms, Toronto-based artist Shary Boyle creates intricate and fantastical porcelain works. Reconfiguring the iconic ...

Marina Abramović The Artist Is Present

February 26, 2012

Testing her mental and physical limits with shocking, compelling and sometimes dangerous performances, Marina Abramović has been challenging the way people think about art for nearly 40 years. Marina Abramović ...

Gabriel Orozco

February 26, 2012

Mexican artist Gabriel Orozco looks to the urban landscape to compile his collections, capture his symmetry-laden photographs and create his playful sculptures. Produced in conjunction with his 2011 exhibition at ...

Rachel Whiteread

February 26, 2012

British artist Rachel Whiteread was the first female artist to win the Turner Prize in 1993. She is best known for her large-scale sculptures, but in 2010, Tate Britain opened ...

Tacita Dean

February 26, 2012

British artist Tacita Dean is best known for evocative works in film. In 2011, she was commissioned to confront the challenge of the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall; the result was ...

Christine Sun Kim, A Selby Film

February 26, 2012

Christine Sun Kim, A Selby Film is an atmospheric and intimate portrait of artist Christine Sun Kim. Deaf since birth, she explores the physicality of sound through her practice, which ...

Portrait of Resistance: The Art and Activism of Carole Condé & Karl Beveridge

February 24, 2012

Toronto-based artist-activists Carole Condé and Karl Beveridge have been engaging community-based and social-justice issues through their extraordinary staged photography for the last 35 years. Beginning their collaboration as a young ...

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