Brandon Lorimer

Fake Basquiat by André Heller comes to light

The modern art world is interestingly ripe with prankster spirit. From Banksy—who has practically made his career on his impish activities as much as the calibre of his work—to Maurizio […]

Letzte Generation protest with mashed potatoes on Monet

Certainly, our planet is in the grip of severe climate degradation and environmental destruction and in need of immediate action. This makes it no surprise that protests, especially staged by […]

Stan Douglas dissects lens and memory in “Revealing Narratives”

The intersection of photography and computer-generated images was perhaps one of the quickest encounters of the modern form as well as one of the most troubling. Photography, in a reductive […]

Moai of Easter Island damaged in potential arson incident

Unfortunately, there is no safeguarding the artistic icons of our planet from accidents or human malice, no matter the stature. A fire occurring on October 3rd has resulted in what […]

Toronto’s Nuit Blanche returns after three years

The tradition of Nuit Blanche—or whatever your particular area may call the events—across cities is always one of buzz and mystique. Long gone are the days when the majority of […]

Former CBGB space reopens as Spazio Amanita gallery

Arts spaces are unfortunately ephemeral things. As time goes by, it’s inevitable that institutions dev0ted t0 the arts—whether they be independent galleries, performance spaces, or studios—will encounter difficulties, and many […]

Decision To Leave is Park Chan-Wook’s noir heartbreaker

The latest offering from visionary Korean director Park Can-Wook has been making a strong impression across the film festival circuit this year. Decision To Leave, a methodically slow burn of […]