Congratulations to Danny Singer on the addition of four major works of his to the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia. Singer’s visual telling of the realities of human habitation on what historically began as a frontier found an appreciative audience with the curators and Trustees of Australia’s oldest art gallery.
Congratulations to Pierre Coupey on the completion and installation of Untitled XV. Measuring 102″ x 222″, the oil on canvas triptych is a significant achievement and is quickly becoming a landmark art piece in downtown Vancouver.
Erin O’Keefe’s first solo exhibition in New York City was reviewed in The New Yorker. O’Keefe will have her first solo exhibition in Canada with Gallery Jones in April 2016.
Click here to read more about Hans Schüle’s metal sculptures displayed at Art Container, Steffisburg, an outdoor art space open May 16- June 28, 2015. (Article in German)
An arts and culture magazine in London, UK called The Spaces features James Nizam’s exhibition “The Mnemonic Landscape”. Writer Betty Wood comments that James Nizam’s work “gives suburbia a new glow”.
Click here to read the article.
Ehyrn Torrell’s “Self-Similar” series of large-scale paintings, which traveled to Cape Breton University Art Gallery and the MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, is reviewed here in its incarnation at St. Mary’s University Art Gallery.
image: “Afternoon, Old Town”, acrylic on canvas, 68″ x 58″.
Very good, comprehensive essay about Erin O’Keefe’s work in Prism Photo Magazine.