Make Me Famous, having its Canadian premiere at Toronto’s Hot Docs Cinema Jan. 20 through Feb. 1, is an investigation into the life and apparent death of Detroit-born Edward Brezinski, a charismatic Lower East Side painter on the fringe of success, who thwarted his career with antics that […]
Curators are endlessly creative in searching their collections for themes, as the National Gallery of Canada shows in its latest exhibition collated to “celebrate the expressive energy of the human body.” Movement – Expressive Bodies in Art – runs through Feb 26, 2023. (Photo credits at end of […]
The Art Gallery of Ontario’s Her Flesh exhibition – on through March 23, 2023 – is an installation of 16 works from the gallery’s collection that invite visitors to “consider how modern and contemporary women artists have used their intimate knowledge of their own bodies to inform their […]
One of U.K. artist Luke Jerram’s enormous sculpted moons is up for exhibition at Toronto’s Bentway, a 1.75-kilometre public space and outdoor gallery running under the city’s downtown Gardiner Expressway. Museum of the Moon is a group of touring works by Jerram, already presented in dozens of cities […]
This LGBTQ documentary delves into the life and past of Lyle XOX, the Canadian artist who has become an international sensation by using his face as a canvas. He was featured here on The Art Junkie earlier this summer.
Istanbul-based artist Aylin Bilgiç has a facility for ceramic people, along with her more traditional works. She is a Fine Arts graduate of Marmara University in Ceramics and Glass.