out and about

This past weekend Art Toronto took over the biggest city for Canadian art. With private collection tours, artist talks, discussion panels, and not to mention all the parties...and after-parties....the last few days were jam packed. After having been to Frieze, FIAC, the Armory Show, Art Basel Miami Beach, the Winter Antiques Show and various satellite fairs, it was nice to finally attend one on home turf.

Overall the fair was a success. Many of the galleries and artists in...

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Recap of day 1 @ Art Toronto
 
We were fortunate enough to receive VIP and press access for the programming at Art Toronto, and we're able to do lots of extra private tours and talks at galleries, museums and collections all around Toronto. 
 
Tomorrow we'll do a full recap of the actual fair, but we thought that we would highlight four of the events that we went...
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october 26, 2012

Last night art toronto kicked off the 2012 fair in a great way! 

the wine was flowing so much, that they actually ran out of white around 8:30pm - but we attribute that to everyone having a great time and opting for white over red (just in case of little spashes around the art). 

there was a lot of positive talk about many of the booths at the fair - emphasizing those from different parts of asia.

trust us when we say, give yourself some time - there is a...

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It’s that time of year again – everyone is rushing and getting ready for Art Toronto to kickoff tomorrow night!

We’ll be covering the events all weekend, so make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to see updated pictures and tips on the best events.

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It’s hard to keep up with the Chinese art scene. People from all over the world have recently become fascinated with art in China, as is evidenced through museum exhibitions and popular films, such as the documentary “Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry”. New auction records are continuously set on antique, modern and contemporary Chinese art. Even Art Toronto’s theme this year is Focus Asia. But over the past month, there has been even more reason to pay attention to...

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On Thursday, October 4th, Vancouver’s oldest gallery, The Art Emporium had its first opening reception in 20 years. Hundreds of visitors have since come to the show and have given rave reviews.

"What an amazing show! So beautiful and inspiring I actually had the chills."

- Vancouver Artist, Sarah Gee

The Art...

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