1. Artist Project 2015

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    Artist Project is a contemporary art fair that takes place on the third weekend of February at the Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place, Toronto, Canada. From collectors and curators, to gallerists and designers, visitors can explore and discover works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad. This is a unique opportunity to meet and buy art directly from artists at Toronto's favourite art fair.

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    • "REBLE YOUTH" QTC Winter 2014 Fashion show

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      This video features the handmade and designed clothing of Quentin Tecumseh Collier. The collection is inspired by a good girl dreaming off far mischief. She falls in lust with a life of crime and eventually gives up everything for Rebel Youth.

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      • Aleesa Cohene: That's Why We End

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        In our Winter 2015 issue—available across the country on newsstands from December 15, 2014, to March 14, 2015, as well as worldwide through the iTunes store—Gabrielle Moser delves into the complex media composites and surprising sensory stimulants of Aleesa Cohene. Get a sense of Cohene's distinctive oeuvre in this excerpt from her work That's Why We End (2012–2014).

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        • Bridget Moser: Asking for a Friend

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          In our Winter 2015 issue—available across Canada on newsstands as of December 15—Daniella E. Sanader finds inspiration in the existential apprehensions and self-effacing humour of performance artist Bridget Moser. Get a taste for Moser's unique sensibility in this video work of hers, Asking for a friend (2013)

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          • Fay Athari interview on www.ExtraordinaryWomenTV.com

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            Host Shannon Skinner speaks with Arta Gallery owner and director, Fay Athari, about her inspirations, challenges, and her innovative ideas for her gallery. Watch more episodes at https://www.ExtraordinaryWomenTV.com

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            • Feature Art Fair 2014 - A look at the fair

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              Check out our final Feature video by our fab media partner La petite commission! Many of the dealers and collaborators reflect on their experience at the fair and the success of this very first edition.

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              • RUNT Trailer

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                • Allen Ginsberg Photographs at UTAC

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                  The University of Toronto now holds the world’s largest collection of photographs from beat poet Allen Ginsberg. Many of the existing prints were made under the supervision of legendary American photographer Robert Frank. More than 200 large-format photographs printed in the 1980s onto which Ginsberg has handwritten captions are now on view at the Centre in an exhibition entitled “We Are Continually Exposed to the Flashbulb of Death: The Photographs of Allen Ginsberg (1953–1996).” In this video review, associate editor David Balzer explores the genesis of the photographs as well as the legacy of the Beats.

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                  • Generation(s): Evolutions in Art Writing

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                    On September 20, the Canadian Art Foundation organized "Generation(s): Evolutions in Art Writing," part of both its 2014 Gallery Hop Toronto and of Canadian Art‘s 30th anniversary celebrations. Specifically, the panel focused on changes to art writing in Canada over the past 30 years that have elapsed since Canadian Art began publishing in Fall 1984. Panellists included critic and past editor of Canadian Art Sarah Milroy, as well as critics Sky Goodden and Gabrielle Moser. Collectively, these writers have contributed to publications including the Globe and Mail, Artinfo, Artforum, Fillip, Modern Painters, Esse, and many other outlets. Richard Rhodes, editor of Canadian Art since 1996—as well as founding editor of C Magazine, which also began publication in 1984—moderated the roundtable discussion.

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                    • A Gallery Hop Toronto Tour with Drake Hotel Curator Mia Nielsen

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                      Every September, the Canadian Art Foundation creates a free day of art, talks and gallery tours in Toronto under the umbrella of its Gallery Hop program. This year’s Gallery Hop was the most successful yet, with crowds coming out to six tours over the afternoon and viewers from coast to coast tuning into our first-ever panel webcast. This video offers a glimpse into just one of the fascinating Gallery Hop Toronto tours this year, led by Drake Hotel curator Mia Nielsen and taped by Canadian Art video intern Byron Chan. See you in September 2015 for the 20th anniversary Gallery Hop!

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