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Mark Dean Veca: El Gloominator

El Gloominator is the cartoon equivalent of a blockbuster movie. The monumental, 40-foot high, floor-to-ceiling mural depicts a humongous, pea-green blob dramatically plunging – against a Read More »

Version City

Version City is a survey exhibition of emerging Toronto art from the 1990s. It showcases a variety of artistic practices and positions, brought together in a Read More »

The Meyer Family Collection

The prints in the Meyer Family Collection were created by artists employed under the Graphic Arts Division of the Works Progress Administration’s Federal Art Project—part Read More »

Walker Evans: Public Photographs, 1935-1937

Walker Evans’ career as a photographer was almost five decades long, beginning shortly after his return from France in 1928 and continuing to the year Read More »

Magda Cordell McHale

McHale does not seem interested in following either formalist or stylistic rules of any discernible kind, as if she were developing an encyclopedic grammar of Read More »

The Peter Halley Project

This project is the first in a series of temporary public art projects designed to engage the University community in a dialogue about contemporary art Read More »