Posts Tagged: Art Gallery of Peterborough

Reflections by Brad Copping Photo credit: Brad Copping

Copping, Moore, Eardley

Peterborough is the only place I know where folks drive around town with canoes permanently strapped to the roof of their cars. Our identification with canoes and waterways runs deep. We who live here know well the stippled light of

Reflections by Brad Copping Photo credit: Brad Copping

Copping, Moore, Eardley

Peterborough is the only place I know where folks drive around town with canoes permanently strapped to the roof of their cars. Our identification with canoes and waterways runs deep. We who live here know well the stippled light of

Sketch for Storm Cloud Mid-May by John Cli

John Climenhage – Terre Sauvage: The Topology of Anamnesis

So you’re on a highway and this highway is the only way to get to where you’re going. And yet you know you will never actually get there. Sometimes the fog rolls in and it’s so damn thick that the

Sketch for Storm Cloud Mid-May by John Cli

John Climenhage – Terre Sauvage: The Topology of Anamnesis

So you’re on a highway and this highway is the only way to get to where you’re going. And yet you know you will never actually get there. Sometimes the fog rolls in and it’s so damn thick that the

William Joel Davenport

On my shortlist of the most significant artists in Peterborough is William Joel Davenport. Born and bred in Peterborough, he is a self-taught artist who flies under the radar, but whose work is usually the first to fly off the

William Joel Davenport

On my shortlist of the most significant artists in Peterborough is William Joel Davenport. Born and bred in Peterborough, he is a self-taught artist who flies under the radar, but whose work is usually the first to fly off the

Paris, La Nuit by Dennis Tourbin; Photo credit: Nadia Laham

Totally Multi

“How great was that show Dennis?” Public Energy artistic producer Bill Kimball would ask artist Dennis Tourbin. “Billy there was video and performance art and holograms and a band and it was so totally multi you wouldn’t have believed it,

Paris, La Nuit by Dennis Tourbin; Photo credit: Nadia Laham

Totally Multi

“How great was that show Dennis?” Public Energy artistic producer Bill Kimball would ask artist Dennis Tourbin. “Billy there was video and performance art and holograms and a band and it was so totally multi you wouldn’t have believed it,

Beyond precarity

It is a concept that has become a popular buzzword in the art world. The notion of precarity was delicately referenced by the Art Gallery of Peterborough’s incoming Curator, Fynn Leitch in her talk in June 2014, in regards to

Beyond precarity

It is a concept that has become a popular buzzword in the art world. The notion of precarity was delicately referenced by the Art Gallery of Peterborough’s incoming Curator, Fynn Leitch in her talk in June 2014, in regards to

The value of artists’ lives

At the ReFrame screening of Spring and Arnaud last week, Art Gallery of Peterborough Director Celeste Scopelites made what to me was a startling comment. She said that we need to do more to document artists’ lives. Perhaps it’s not

The value of artists’ lives

At the ReFrame screening of Spring and Arnaud last week, Art Gallery of Peterborough Director Celeste Scopelites made what to me was a startling comment. She said that we need to do more to document artists’ lives. Perhaps it’s not

Work by Jane LowBeer

Jane LowBeer

The art of Jane LowBeer gives presence to the ordinary objects in our lives – a drinking glass, an eggbeater, a salt-cellar, a glue gun, a small potted plant, a fork. Full of motion and intimacy, the objects are not

Work by Jane LowBeer

Jane LowBeer

The art of Jane LowBeer gives presence to the ordinary objects in our lives – a drinking glass, an eggbeater, a salt-cellar, a glue gun, a small potted plant, a fork. Full of motion and intimacy, the objects are not