Summer/ Fall 2015
Jean-Michel Basquiat: Nowís the Time was the first major retrospective of the artistís work in Canada, and was guest-curated by renowned Austrian art historian, curator and critic Dieter Buchhart. Steve Rockwell reports.
Described as the queen of art exhibition, since 1985 Katharine Carter and her company KTC & Associates will have booked over a thousand museum, university gallery, and commercial space exhibitions across the United States. D. Dominick Lombardi speaks with Ms. Carter as her company nears its 30th Anniversary.
Emese KrunŠk-Hajagos surveys the work of Toronto landscape painter Steve Driscoll in his exhibition, Smoke Show and Other Deceptions in Paint at Angell Gallery. The tradition of the landscape as an inspiration to Canadian artists has experienced a regeneration in recent years with the influx younger talent.
An exhibition of artists curated by Robert Curcio and organized Katharine T. Carter & Associates for Elga Wimmer PCC in New York City by Dominique Nahas
Esther Naor at BOSI Contemporary in the Lower East Side, NYC by Robert Curcio
Gloria Garfinkel at the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum in Springfield, Massachusetts by Christopher Hart Chambers
Mary Hrbacek at Creon in New York City by Jonathan Goodman
The 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art in the United Arab Emirates by Sabrina DeTurk
An Interview with Korean Artist Bong Jung Kim by D. Dominick Lombardi
An Interview with Korean Artist Kyujung Kim by D. Dominick Lombardi
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