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Esker Foundation: Fin Simonetti “An Appeal to Heaven”

Esker Foundation: Fin Simonetti “An Appeal to Heaven”

Fin Simonetti works with sculpture, installation, and drawing to investigate the uneasy terrain among desires for security and control, states of fragility and vulnerability, and the sensorial, emotional, and psychological relationships we have to objects, bodies, and...
Esker Foundation: Chris Curreri “Thick Skull, Thin Skin”

Esker Foundation: Chris Curreri “Thick Skull, Thin Skin”

Chris Curreri’s works complicate and dissolve seemingly dichotomous states of tenderness and violence; abjection and beauty; seduction and revulsion; self and other. They suggest an unravelling of the hermetic borders that have been constructed between us, others, and...
Esker Foundation: Yvonne Kustec “The Garden”

Esker Foundation: Yvonne Kustec “The Garden”

Within The Garden a human figure transforms into a dense landscape, overrun by flora and fauna. The body becomes the substrate from which the elements of nature grow, rooted under the skin and deep within the flesh, drawing out nutrients and impurities (those that are...
Esker Foundation: Liz Magor “One Bedroom Apartment”

Esker Foundation: Liz Magor “One Bedroom Apartment”

As one of Canada’s most important artists, Liz Magor has been producing a broad spectrum of sculptural objects, installations, and photography since the mid-1970s. She is best known for sculptures made from both found and cast objects that quietly, yet intensely pull...

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