Art In America

Q+A: Iain Baxter&, Impossibly Canadian

Forty-two years ago in Art in America, critics Thomas M. Messer and David L. Shirey struggled to define an artistic phenomenon marked by characteristics resistant to categorization. Messer and Shirey titled their article, and the movement now known as...

Nous ne notons pas les fleurs, dit le geographe

At its most basic, geography is an analogous statement about the world describing a given set of data points. It is a representative abstraction, and as with painting or drawing its handlers are constantly rethinking how to make relationships between...

Record Heat for CANADA

For four sweltering evenings in July, New York artist and musician Sadie Laska hot-boxed the Lower East Side's CANADA Gallery. The sessions she curated, called "Slummer Nights," were music and visual art performances that seemed impartial to polish...

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