Art-world snowbirds nest in New York: Expatriate artists / A sizable crowd of Canadian creators have set up studio in the Big Apple. If they cannot resist the pull of Metropolis, their hime and native land lives on in their hearts - and in their art.
The Globe and Mail, Nov. 29, 1997
Michael Posner writes in relation to the Art Gallery of North York's exhibit New York-North York, about nineteen Canadian artists who have been living and practicing in New York City, including video artist Ardele Lister, painters Karen Davie, Stephen Lack, Denyse Thomasos, Attila Richard Lukacs, Michael Buckland, Jill Henderson, Sydney Drum, Christian Eckart and Susanna Heller, sculptor Monica Townsend, installation artists Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, as well as mentioning David Rabinowitz, Jessica Stockholder.
ITEM 1997.073 – available for viewing in the Research Centre
Videos, Artworks and Artists Cited
Conditional Love – Ardele Lister
Black Schwanz, Pink Schwanz, As Long as it Catches Mice – Attila Richard Lukacs
Unravelled – Denyse Thomasos
Marine theatre – Stephen Lack
Zootrope Painting - Quantum Site – Christian Eckart
Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller