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Geoffrey Farmer’s “The Big Kitchen”

CATRIONA JEFFRIES GALLERY, Vancouver

Geoffrey Farmer, BLUBBERED HUBBARD KITCHEN CUPBOARD, 2017.
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Rob Stone

Geoffrey Farmer’s lyricism of control is on show at Catriona Jeffries Gallery, although this time with a new suggestion of malignity. Farmer is an exponent of the artistic practice of finding a part of a derelict, languishing image, or two, or more, and through juxtapositions translating these elements into novel,... continue reading
View of Myfanwy MacLeod, “Tell Her Nothing She Tells All,” Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver, 2015.
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Tyler Coburn

Shopfront esoterica and modernist sculpture rub shoulders in “Tell Her Nothing She Tells All,” Myfanwy MacLeod’s current exhibition at Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver. Borrowing its title from a slogan common to psychic shops, the show continues MacLeod’s interest in using pop and vernacular languages to, as she puts it, “speak to... continue reading
“People Things Enter Exit”

CATRIONA JEFFRIES GALLERY, Vancouver

View of, "People Things Enter Exit", Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver, 2011.
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Aaron Peck

The adjective shared by most of the work in this exhibition is “dramaturgical.” So I want to stage this review in three different “acts,” each of which deals with some aspect of the exhibition. Act One: Theatricality. The original impetus of “People Things Enter Exit” was to put the work of... continue reading

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