Posted on December 11th, 2012

We were captivated a few years ago by WACK! Art and the Feminist Revolution, a dynamic international survey examining the relationship between feminism and art, so were thrilled to hear the Seattle Art Museum would be the only North American venue to present Elles: Women Artists from the Centre Pompidou, Paris – and wondered … (More →)


Ramen in Toronto

Posted on December 4th, 2012

As the summer of the Taco in Toronto came to an end this August, the fall has found the city besieged by a ramen craze. Every month one new restaurant if not two pops up and there seems to be no slowing down as we hit the winter season. Luckily I am a huge fan … (More →)


Anselm Kiefer In Paris

Posted on November 27th, 2012

Anselm Kiefer: Die Ungeborenen
14 October 2012 – 27 January 2013
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris Pantin
69 Avenue du Général Le Clerc 93500 Pantin

Anselm Kiefer: Morgenthau Plan
18th October 2012 – 26th January 2013
Gagosian Gallery
800 Avenue de L’Europe, 93350 Le Bourget Paris

For the last two years Parisians have been … (More →)


Luca Massaro

Posted on November 20th, 2012

We first became aware of photographer Luca Massaro’s work this summer when we were directed to his website to check out his rather compelling photographic projects and street-based art interventions. While perusing his site we instantly became enamoured with the artist’s attention to location and place and his interest in challenging conventional modes of exhibition. … (More →)


Fall Beer, West Coast

Posted on November 13th, 2012

No longer limited to tailgate parties, keggers and backyard barbeques, beer has undergone a renaissance of late with craft breweries, specialty stores and bars devoted to celebrating the beverage in its myriad forms seemingly popping up everywhere. With tasting notes, limited edition releases and extensive discussions devoted to IBU (international bitterness units) preferences, craft breweries … (More →)


An Interview with Jason McLean

Posted on November 6th, 2012

Jason McLean’s diverse practice includes sculpture, sound works, zines, book works, mixed-media installations, correspondence art, puppets and performance but he is probably best known for his complex, diaristic and surreal drawings. He says his work “taps into the world of my mind” and across a variety of media he creates a web of tangential messages … (More →)


Joan’s on Third, LA

Posted on October 30th, 2012

Although we love to travel, going away for an extended trip can be tiresome on the food front since dining out for three meals a day, day after day, can leave you feeling heavy and longing for a simple, home-cooked meal. That’s why on our recent trip to Los Angeles we were thrilled to discover … (More →)


Robert Adams: The Place We Live

Posted on October 23rd, 2012

Now seventy-five, reclusive photographer Robert Adams currently has a touring retrospective exhibition on view with eight venues, a testament to his importance internationally. We were lucky enough to see Robert Adams: The Place We Live at its inaugural presentation at the Vancouver Art Gallery and this is the show’s last week at the Yale University … (More →)