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They are often the “misshapen pearls” of society, folklore and fancy. They warn of doom, Hell and lost souls. As much as they terrify or repel, however, we cannot look away from these beautiful monsters.
At nearly a metre wide, highly finished and carefully composed, The Bridge at Narni at first seems to have little in common with At Fontainebleau , which is small, on paper, and quickly executed. Together,...
This splendid red chalk drawing transports viewers to eighteenth-century Rome—then the cultural centre of Europe, with an unparalleled artistic heritage.
Françoise Sullivan studied painting at Montreal’s École des beaux-arts and dance at the Boas School of Dance in New York City. Adhering to the Automatiste’s philosophy, she saw improvised dance as a way to...

Installing Ugo Rondinone's sculpture

Installing Ugo Rondinone's sculpture: we run through a desert on burning FEET, all of us are glowing our faces look twisted [nous courons dans le désert sur les PIEDS brûlants, nous sommes tous rougis nos...
we run through a desert on burning FEET, all of us are glowing our faces look twisted is a towering combination of grout, grit and concrete that aims to evoke an experience of the sublime.
These days most people will visit a museum because they have heard of an exciting exhibition — something new, something strange, something controversial, with important loans from across the globe — a never-...

Jon Pylypchuk. Builders, Canadian Biennial 2012

Winnipeg born artist Jon Pylypchuk takes a break from installing to discuss his work Press a Weight Through Life, and I Will Watch this Crush You, which will be featured in Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012 ,...

Brendan Fernandes, Builders, Canadian Biennial 2012

Artist Brendan Fernandes discusses his 2008 video work Foe , and what the piece says about our attachment to culture and authenticity. Foe will be featured in Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012 opening 2...