Exhibitions & art

Nuit Blanche 2023: Sword to Plowshare (self published) Sept 10, 2023

Nuit Blanche 2017: Casting Yarns: forest-street disequilibrium (self published) Sept 30, 2017

Mexico museum highlights cultural aspects of maize and wheat CIMMYT Sept 21, 2016

Sculptor captures demeanor of Nobel laureate Norman Borlaug CIMMYT April 13, 2015

Toronto S-21 photo exhibition urges vigilance against genocide – curator Thomson Reuters Foundation  Jan 30, 2013

A Minute With: Patti Smith on her photography show Reuters Jan 16, 2013

Prix Mobile award seeks stars of the web art world Reuters Oct 21, 2011

Wilderness stars in UK show of Canadian art Reuters Oct 19, 2011

Freud Museum London celebrates 25th anniversary Reuters July 28, 2011

Graffiti knitters to hit streets on Yarnbombing Day Reuters June 10, 2011

London pirate exhibit charts era of corrupt London politics” Thomson Reuters Foundation May 23, 2011

Face-to-face with death row inmates at London show” Reuters July 3, 2009

Portrait show takes touching look at gay culture” Reuters July 1, 2009

Tate show takes wry look at habits of collecting” Reuters June 24, 2009

Online vote to decide Saatchi show finalists” (blog) Reuters June 12, 2009

Eye-to-eye with Simon de Glanville’s pigeons” (blog) Reuters June 12, 2009

Taste of anarchy in skill-testing Tate exhibit” (blog) Reuters May 22, 2009

London show celebrates range of Corbusier talent” Reuters Feb 27, 2009

Architect David Rockwell teams up for Italian exhibit” Reuters Sept 11, 2008

Chicago exhibit highlights pop appeal of Jeff Koons” Reuters July 31, 2008

Afghan war rug exhibit highlights new trend” Reuters April 4, 2008

Canada exhibit celebrates Darwin’s legacy” Reuters Feb 27, 2008

Colombian artist Oscar Munoz revamps Narcissus myth” Reuters Feb 15, 2008

Canada exhibit sheds new light on old icons” Reuters Sept 21, 2007

“Money and memories grow on trees – exhibit” Reuters Jan 13, 2007

Canadian artist bug-eyed over insect wallpaper” Reuters Dec 12, 2006

“Art attacks: eye for the unusual: Out in the Open” Edmonton Journal Sept 11, 2004

“Through the camera’s eye: Photographs capture city in all of its moods” (section front) Edmonton Journal Aug 16, 2004

“Art Attacks, eye for the unusual: Writing on the wall.” Edmonton Journal July 31, 2004

“Art Attacks, eye for the unusual, Magic on the Prairies” Edmonton Journal July 17, 2004

“Art Attacks, eye for the unusual, From Monet to mundane” Edmonton Journal July 3, 2004

“Four women to journey north for art’s sake” Edmonton Journal June 16, 2004

“Fine legs, great chests, hot seats: NAIT’s inaugural furniture class” (section cover) Edmonton Journal May 27, 2004

“1894 artwork depicts Edmonton as ‘district with great future” (front page) Edmonton Journal May 26, 2004

“Agitating on behalf of fine art: some think the campus needs big improvements” Ryersonian March 31, 2004

“Out of this world: Neil Wedman’s space exhibit at Art Gallery of Ontario” Ryersonian March 31, 2004

“Smashed site raises moral question: Defaced Inuit bird sculpture removed from nest” Ryersonian March 24, 2004

“Moral rights: Saving artists and birds from a hungry city” (editorial) Ryersonian March 24, 2004

“Surrealistic billow: Max Streicher’s Cloud transforms Art Gallery of Ontario atrium” Ryersonian March 17, 2004

“Walk like an Egyptian at the Royal Ontario Museum” Ryersonian March 10, 2004

André Kertész: New York State of Mind” Lola 16 2003

Envisioning the institute™ – Vera Frenkel’s art installation explores culture and bureaucracy” Hart Beat Dec 2003

“The Green Tara in Toronto” Culturelab Nov 2002

Being Paul Gauguin: French masterpieces create paradise at AGO” Ryersonian Oct 16, 2002

“John Scott: Inquisitor and Subject part of the Hart House Collection, University of Toronto” Lola 12 2002

John Brown: Human Head #13 in Hart House Map Room, University of Toronto” Lola 11 2001/02

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