On until May 29, 2018 at Little Sister gallery in Toronto, Stalking the Blue Eyed Scallop explores methods of camouflage and close looking. Co-curator and the latest Mercartto team member Lillian O’Brien Davis talks about the exhibition, sharing what to expect when visiting the show.
Reasons why Toronto should be excited about the re-opening of MOCA.
Strong evidence for the benefits of public art.
The recent proliferation of art fairs has impacted the global art market. Many have argued that their rise is a reaction to globalization and the online market; allowing for potential buyers to be exposed to a concentrated number of new artists. TheToronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, the largest outdoor art fair in Canada, has been filling Nathan Philip’s Square with a variety of local talent since 1961.
Ask anyone about Detroit, and they'll tell you about a city that has been through rough times. Economic decline has left the City contemplating if it should sell some of the Detroit Institute of Arts artworks to help cover their $18 billion+ debt obligations.