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/ JACOB KORCZYNSKI
Michael Snow’s “Powers of Two”

CHRISTOPHER CUTTS GALLERY, Toronto

Michael Snow, Powers of Two, 2003.
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Jacob Korczynski

Throughout an expansive practice that spans more than half a century, Michael Snow has questioned the conditions of perception and pushed against the material properties of multiple mediums. Snow’s work has remained relevant to successive generations of artists because of the generosity it can extend to viewers. In encountering his... continue reading
View of “Le Grand Balcon/The Grand Balcony,” La Biennale de Montréal, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, Montreal, 2016.
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Jacob Korczynski

“So long as we were in a room in a brothel, we belonged to our own fantasies. But once having exposed them, having named them, having proclaimed them, we’re now tied up with human beings, tied to you, and forced to go on with this adventure according to the laws... continue reading

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