Interviews & Features

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  • Medrie MacPhee, Dark Matter, 2020 (click into the page to access the video)
    Medrie MacPhee, Dark Matter, 2020 (click into the page to access the video)
  • The Artist's Voice | Ben Reeves
  • The Artist's Voice | Jeffrey Blondes
  • Linda Martinello working in her studio (click in to the page to access the video)
    Linda Martinello working in her studio (click in to the page to access the video)
  • John Hartman, Running Rabbit Above the Western Islands, 2020, pastel on paper, 22 x 30 in.
    John Hartman, Running Rabbit Above the Western Islands, 2020, pastel on paper, 22 x 30 in.
  • Michael Smith painting in his studio (click in to the page to access the video)
    Michael Smith painting in his studio (click in to the page to access the video)
  • Charles Meanwell painting in his studio (click in to the page to access the video)
    Charles Meanwell painting in his studio (click in to the page to access the video)
  • Bierk varnishing Sean during the last day in his studio
    Bierk varnishing Sean during the last day in his studio
  • Sean, 2020, oil on canvas, 40 x 36 in.
    Sean, 2020, oil on canvas, 40 x 36 in.

    Following the opening of his solo exhibition, What Was Not Lost, we asked Charles Bierk a few questions about his latest body of work.

  • Grey Rocks, 2019, oil on panel, 13 3/4 x 13 3/4 in.
    Grey Rocks, 2019, oil on panel, 13 3/4 x 13 3/4 in.

    In advance of his solo exhibition, Cape Pine, we asked Charles Meanwell a few questions about the inspiration behind his latest body of work.

  • © Kyrani Kanavaros
    © Kyrani Kanavaros

    In advance of her solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery this March,  Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Bee, we asked Bobbie Burgers a few questions about the inspiration behind her latest body of work.

  • Q & A with STEPHEN APPLEBY-BARR and DANIEL STRONG

    In advance of Stephen Appleby-Barr's solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, 
    Above the Clouds, Below the Sky, Daniel Strong, Associate Director and Curator of Exhibitions at the Grinnell College Museum of Art, asks Appleby-Barr about the inspiration for his latest body of work.

  • 5 Things with DOUGLAS BENTHAM

    In advance of his first solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery this October, Still Life, here are 5 things you should know about Douglas Bentham.

  • RIC EVANS & DANIEL BAIRD in conversation

    Ric Evans & Daniel Baird, regular contributor to The Walrus, Canadian Art, and Border Crossings, discuss Evans' latest exhibition, Cardinal Elements.

     

     

     
  • Interview with XIAOZE XIE

    On the occassion of his solo exhibition at Asia Society Museum in New York, Xiaoze Xie: Objects of Evidence, Michelle Yun, senior curator of modern and contemporary art interviewed Xie about his creative process and the concepts behind the paintings, photography, video, and installation featured in the exhibition.

  • Five Questions with MARA KORKOLA

    In advance of her exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery this September, In A Silent Way, we asked Mara Korkola a few questions about the inspiration for her latest body of work.

  • Five Questions with MICHAEL SMITH

    In advance of his sixth solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, The Eye of the Storm, we asked Michael Smith a few questions about the inspiration for his latest body of work.

  • In the Studio with JOHN HARTMAN

    Ahead of his exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, John Hartman invited us into his studio to discuss his latest project focusing on Canadian authors and the places that inspire them.

  • Five Questions with NED PRATT

    Ahead of Ned Pratt’s second solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, we asked him a few questions about his process and latest photographs.

  • Five Questions with LINDA MARTINELLO

    Ahead of her first solo exhibition at Nicholas Metivier Gallery, we asked Linda Martinello to provide insight into her process and her latest body of work.