Interview with Kari Cholnoky

Kari Cholnoky’s paintings feel toxic and synthetic, yet visceral and sensual…

In the Stars with Kiera: 2018 New Year

Contributing editor and staff Mum Kiera McNally  forecasts what’s coming for you in 2018!

A Week in Tattoo Art: @house_of_ruin

By no means experts in the ancient tradition of tattooage, we have never-the-less selected some of our favorite artists working with the medium at the moment. This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification. Check back daily to see tattoo and flash…

A Week in Tattoo Art: @charlinebataille

By no means experts in the ancient tradition of tattooage, we have never-the-less selected some of our favorite artists working with the medium at the moment. This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification. Check back daily to see tattoo and flash…

A Week in Tattoo Art: @__dispencer__

By no means experts in the ancient tradition of tattooage, we have never-the-less selected some of our favorite artists working with the medium at the moment. This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification. Check back daily to see tattoo and flash…

A Week in Tattoo Art: @dirtyl00ks

This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification.

A Week in Tattoo Art: @hardworldpiglet

This week, we highlight a handful of the many talents making work at the intersection of visual art and body modification.

Interview with Louisa Gagliardi

Louisa Gagliardi’s paintings are celebrated for being like nothing you’ve seen on canvas, which makes sense as she’s a true anti-paint painter. Never actually touching brushes or paint, Gagliardi constructs her work on the screen and prints on PVC, a process somehow fitting for her digitally-tormented figures.

Marisa Takal: Beyond Oy Too Scared to Ha-Ha

Marisa Takal hides things in her paintings. I can feel something like a sense of humor emanating from the salmagundi of her work.

New Information ~ Courtney During the Day

Moody nostalgic tunes brought to us from Andrew Heuback of the Portland-based house and ambient label New Information.

Kyung Me’s Copy Kitty

A shimmering fake moon, opulent costume changes, and Depression-era Art Deco set the backdrop for this spellbinding new narrative from Kyung Me.

Spotlight: Giovanna Flores

A presentation of upcoming designer Giovanna Flores’ collection shot by Cruz Valdez and styled by Marcus Cuffie. Model: Stefany Interview by Marcus Cuffie

Harold Klunder’s Language and Music

Review by Darby Milbrath Language and Music at Clint Roenisch Gallery Toronto 27 October – 16 December 2017 Harold Klunder is one of Canada’s leading painters. Now 74 years old, he has exhibited constantly since his first solo show in 1976, through many fluctuations in the art world. Klunder immigrated to Canada with his family from the Netherlands in 1952….

Premiere: Cyber’s Where We Belong

Today we are very excited to premiere the latest song from Montreal native electronic pop/RnB singer, Loedie Domond AKA Cyber. “Where We Belong” is an anthem for self love, Cyber tells us. The artist asks herself, “Where have you been girl, it’s been a long time.. are you ok?” This is a song about reconnecting to…

Symbolisms at Cooper Cole

Symbolisms: A review of the group show at Cooper Cole by Darby Milbrath. Highlights of the show include Isabelle Fein’s small, romantically playful paintings, Katharina Hoeglinger’s dreamily fluid still life’s and Rachelle Sawatsky’s wildly morbid expressionist painting.

Drake Carr

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 When Drake Carr told us he learned to draw by tracing comic books like X-Men, we weren’t surprised. His characters are like super-human party-people, pulsating mutants whose special powers include feeling good and having fun. In Drake’s world, cartoon nightclubbers step-out in skyscraping stilettos and crush it on the dance floor…

An Interview with Alake Shilling

PUBLISHED IN ISSUE 17 INTERVIEW BY CLAIRE MILBRATH A sad cowboy teddy bear rides his way home from the local watering hole, where a frog naps atop a lily pad and swirly butterflies hide among glittering daisies. We’ve arrived in the psychedelic fable world of Alake Shilling. Alake’s heavily textured works borrow elements of nature…