TORONTO—The art piece that literally defines Toronto has fallen into disrepair. Installed at Nathan Phillips Square for the 2015 Pan American Games, the Toronto sign has become an iconic tourist destination. All that love has caused the cover on the… Continue Reading
Keen to embrace the adult colouring trend while it lasts, a North American parking company has apparently unveiled a special customer appreciation program in select garages across the continent. Observers report that it all started as a pilot project in… Continue Reading
The Canada Council Art Bank, our nation’s venerable champion of uninspired, unloved, and otherwise unwanted artwork, gave Mooseclean’s a glimpse of new masterworks that will soon be available for rent to public and private sector offices nationwide.
In many ways, Voice of Fire is not unlike a childhood acquaintance. We grew up together.
Barnett Newman’s progeny, birthed in time for Montreal’s Expo ’67, looked entirely alien to my young eyes. An American expatriate, Voice came to Canada that same year on a visit with his father.
He was tall, brash, awkward looking… unlike anyone else I’d met, and exactly as I expected an American to be…