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FDG Editorials

  1. Exhibition Spaces: A Review of the International Museum of Surgical Science

    Date 25 Jan 2017
    By Ann Cernek The International Museum of Surgical Science, photo courtesy of DNAinfo.com The International Museum of Surgical Science (IMSS) in Chicago is housed in an early-twentieth century mansion on the Lake Michigan shore. As I hadn’t done much research on the museum before my visit and have a non-scientific…

  2. Looking at Art and Thinking About Dinner

    Date 23 Jan 2017
    By Kennedy Rooke Chloe Wise’s third solo exhibition at Galerie Division ended last weekend. “Cats Not Fighting is a Horrible Sound as Well” is a collection of portraits, drawings, sculptures, and a video installation. Wise is a 26(!) year old artist originally from Montreal, living in New York. If you…

  3. Labour of Love: Textile Art and Matriarchal Histories

    Date 20 Jan 2017
    by Brianne Chapelle  This interview was conducted the day of the vernissage, just hours before Erika’s performance would begin. The last question was asked after the vernissage to gauge what concerns of Erika’s in doing a work like this became a reality, and what the experience of performing in this way

  4. In the room, the women come and go, talking of Michelangelo

    Date 18 Jan 2017
    by Catherine LaRivière Having grown up in Montreal, I guess I’ve taken for granted the access to all of the art and culture that permeates throughout the city. Museums have always had a deep-seated place in my heart, both as an Art History student now and a curious child not…

  5. The Subject of the Subject: Getting on the Other Side of the Canvas

    Date 17 Jan 2017
    by Deanna Duxbury I don’t like to talk about my “sometimes” modeling. I know that many people go into the industry with professional interests, but that was never my intent. I’ve done a range of things from beach shoots to jewellery advertisements. Though, personally, I prefer doing collaborative portrait work…

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