Book Giveaway: “Familiar Face” by Michael DeForge
March 27, 2020

Our friends over at Drawn & Quarterly have hooked us up with a couple copies of Toronto-based artist Michael DeForge’s new book Leaving Richard’s Valley! This bizarre hero’s quest follows a ragtag group of exiles as they make their way from the only home they’ve ever known. The hardcover features 480 pages of absurd yet … Continued Continue reading

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Artist Spotlight: Clément Thoby
March 19, 2020

A selection of pastel drawings by Paris-based illustrator and background designer Clément Thoby.                                                                     Clément Thoby’s Website Clément Thoby on Instagram Continue reading

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“Les Sources” by Nicolas & Jean Jullien
February 19, 2020

See more images below or on display from February 20 until March 28. For some time now, we’ve known how much the Jullien brothers have in common: a quirky passion for science-fiction, haemoglobin and aliens… a shared universe that allows them to create in unison a multifaceted range of pro- jects. From their early collaborations … Continued Continue reading

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Life’s Sublime Moments Unearthed in Cubist Paintings by Connor Addison
February 13, 2020

Barcelona-based painter and photographer Connor Addison situates his recent series of oil paintings within the context of philosopher Edmund Burke’s theory of the sublime. That notion is based on the idea that “whatever is in any sort terrible or operates in a manner analogous to terror, is a source of the sublime; that is, it is productive of the strongest emotion which the mind is capable of feeling.” Aptly titled Sublime Affliction, Addison’s works often feature one or two people lying or sitting still, their expressions conveyed by the shaded geometric shapes that form their fragmented faces and bodies. More Continue reading

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