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CKUA Radio Interview | On Art: ‘With One Hand Tied Behind My Back’

Radio interview on CKUA Radio with Project Space artist Molly JF Caldwell on “With One Hand Tied Behind My Back.” 

» CKUA Radio

Work of Art | Yvonne Kustec: The Garden

The Garden by Yvonne Kustec. Written by Katherine Ylitalo. May, 2021.

» Avenue Magazine

Life of Objects: Liz Magor interviewed by Tess Edmonson

Life of Objects

Liz Magor speaks about her landmark installation, One Bedroom Apartment, and our relationships to the objects we live with.
» Canadian Art

‘Circumpolar Art’- feature review in Galleries West Magazine, by Dick Averns

 ‘Timely and compelling work by Indigenous artists from the North reflects on language, sovereignty and the land’ by 

“It won’t always be the case that art from the uppermost hemisphere makes you feel on top of the world, but it’s hard not to leave this show without feelings of solicitude. Come for the art and stay for the journey: it’ll take you outside of yourself and positively transport you to places you need to care about.”

» Link to article: Galleries West

Sets and Sensibility: The collecting practice of Celia Perrin Sidarous

Celia Perrin Sidarous’ work and practice is featured in the winter 2016 issue of Canadian Art magazine in an article by Simon Lewsen.

» Canadian Art

Akimblog Review of Mia Feuer, Kevin Schmidt, & Guido van der Werve

Sarah Todd reviews Esker’s summer exhibitions and makes note of the disturbing changes happening at ACAD’s Illingworth Kerr Gallery.

» Akimbo

Corrine Thiessen’s Collapsing Trees Mount a Warning

Maeve Hanna reviews Corinne Thiessen’s Project Space installation, Chronic, for Canadian Art.

» Canadian Art

Esker Foundation hot doggin’ it with new exhibition

The existential debate at the heart of 1965’s Oscar Mayer wiener jingle was this: Is it better to be a hot dog because then everyone would be in love with you, or not to be a hot dog because you’d surely be devoured in short order? Fifty years later, a Calgary artist has come up with a beautiful middle-ground solution: if you are a hot dog, everything’s going to be alright—as long as you can escape the usual fate and find your way to a tiny convalescence bed in Inglewood.

» Swerve

Epic art exhibition Oh, Canada is a gripping experience

Beatroute profiles Oh, Canada in their latest issue.

» Beatroute