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Spotlight on: Scott Conarroe

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight on: Scott Conarroe

It’s a familiar observation that artists reflect the world back to us. In recent years, Scott Conarroe’s photography has documented large-scale views of land, sea, and mountains, often presenting a depth of detail that the human eye cannot process without the aid of a camera. These elegant images remind the viewer to notice the world we live in, and move through, every day.


We spoke to Scott to find out about his art practice and how he follows through on his inspirations. In the process, we discovered his affinity for 19th-century landscape paintings and learned how his desire to remain inconspicuous has influenced his photographic method.

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Q&A with Shari Orenstein

25 Jul, 2018

Q&A with Shari Orenstein

In Toronto, we’re fortunate to know Shari Orenstein, an architect and art lover who makes connections between artists and audiences through her fun and informal course, Conversations from the Toronto Art World with the University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies. Shari is Toronto’s ultimate art world insider and she is on a mission to share her knowledge.

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Spotlight On: Sara Angelucci

25 Jul, 2018

Spotlight On: Sara Angelucci

Sara Angelucci is a Toronto-based, multi-disciplinary artist. Through her art practice, Angelucci explores how we, as people, relate to one another and to the environment. Her projects make connections between legacy, identity, and accountability in deceptively beautiful ways that provoke contemplation.

The following Q&A touches on Angelucci’s creative process, the use of music in her work, her interest in vernacular photography, and an announcement about a major new installation project scheduled for 2017.

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Editions & Multiples in Photo-Based Art

25 Jul, 2018

Editions & Multiples in Photo-Based Art

For many, the idea of printing and marketing multiples of a work of art is fairly straightforward: Based on interest and demand, artists determine how many copies to produce of a work – known as “the edition” – and then they make those works available to collectors. But in fact, the importance of editioning is essential to organizing an artist’s output, and is necessary to distinguish provenance across collections. As technologies advance, and as artists develop new and interesting ways to present their work, the familiar editioning model is evolving to accommodate individual artist practices. In this Q&A, art dealer Stephen Bulger addresses some of the innovative variations in editioning standards related to photo-based works of art.

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