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Jacob Horwood: Visual Elements That Shouldn’t Go Together

YYZ is excited to introduce a t-shirt edition of 100, handmade for YYZ by Jacob Horwood.

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Suspended Paradise by Andrew James Paterson

This essay was commissioned by and for This is Paradise, exhibition at MOCCA (Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art) from June 24 to August 21, 2011. This and other essays for this exhibition have been supported by YYZ Artists’ Outlet and YYZ Publishing.

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PARADISE LOST: This is Paradise Exhibition & Cameron Culture Essay, 1987 By Donna Lypchuk

This essay was commissioned by and for This is Paradise, exhibition at MOCCA (Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art) from June 24 to August 21, 2011. This and other essays for this exhibition have been supported by YYZ Artists’ Outlet and YYZ Publishing.

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This is Paradise by Ursula Pflug

This essay was commissioned by and for This is Paradise, exhibition at MOCCA (Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art) from June 24 to August 21, 2011. This and other essays for this exhibition have been supported by YYZ Artists’ Outlet and YYZ Publishing.

Exhibitions, Past »

Annie Dunning: Foolproof Four: Superheroes of the Forest Floor

EXHIBITION DATES
SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2011 – SATURDAY 10 DECEMBER 2011

OPENING RECEPTION
FRIDAY 09 SEPTEMBER 2011, 8:00PM – 10:00PM

Exhibitions, Past »

Dil Hildebrand: Back to the Drawing Board

EXHIBITION DATES
SATURDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2011 – SATURDAY 10 DECEMBER 2011


OPENING RECEPTION
FRIDAY 09 SEPTEMBER 2011, 8:00PM-10:00PM

Essays »

Dil Hildebrand: Going Back to the Drawing Board by Mary Reid

These new works stand as part of a rich inquiry into the very elements of creating. Dil Hildebrand has not moved away from his studio as his source of inspiration; he has however mined further inside what the studio represents – the space where the magic of painting occurs.

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Autodeliquescent Superheroes by Emily Falvey

Mixed-media artist Annie Dunning has long explored the paradoxical terrain between culture and the natural world. Through a unique sense of humour and craft, her work emphasises overlooked creatures and aspects of our daily environment, infusing them with a sense of wonder and intrigue.