Editorials

  1. Museums in Movies

    Date 13 Nov 2017
    by Nina Chabel This is that time in the semester when I have a million things to write and a million and one things to read and all I keep thinking about is everything else I wish I was doing instead. So many new exhibits popping up all over the…

  2. L’Offre: The Politics of the Gift

    Date 09 Nov 2017
    by Anya Kowalchuk DHC/Art’s current exhibit L’Offre displays the primarily sculptural work of 8 contemporary artists. With great diversities among their artistic oeuvres and cultural backgrounds, the exhibit connects works through a curatorial theme, which posits the artists as interpreters of the social, historical and cultural implications of a gift. While…

  3. Interview with Claudia Faria-Ritelli

    Date 08 Nov 2017
    by Emma Renaud Meet Claudia Faria-Ritelli, a Montréal-born artist. Before moving to São Paulo, Claudia was schooled at F.A.C.E.: a charming, one-of-a-kind school of the arts. She is currently an art student in Montréal, and her work presents a world full of creativity. Her paintings, drawings and collages all have a mesmerizing touch, just like her…

  4. Space Oddity through Art

    Date 07 Nov 2017
    Bill Viola’s Exploration of Space By Charlotte Reine New York-born artist Bill Viola creates installations that focus on film and sound. He uses flat panel video pieces and has even worked for concerts, operas, and sacred spaces. It can be said with quite some ease: he knows space. On a bright…

  5. Grieving with Laurie Anderson

    Date 06 Nov 2017
    by Sylvie Schwartz Like many angst-ridden early teens with access to a solid music library and the Internet, I found Laurie Anderson (artist, musician, and talented storyteller), through Lou Reed, her husband - a poet, student of the poet and short story writer Delmore Schwartz, friend of Andy Warhol, and front man…

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