Asca S.R. Aull (OP Print Program)
8"x10", chromogenic photograph
(work of 1995, printed in 1996)
OP Edition, with "OP editions" blind-stamp
Edition 18/20, signed, numbered on verso
Featured in the OP EDITIONS catalogue, issue 9603 in 1996
by Shelley Savor
Writings by Gary Michael Dault
based on Lee Ka-sing's photographs
from LIGHT READINGS series
150: MOVIETONE POEM
Sometimes I see you at the movies
you are the flowerhat in front of me
the pointed flashlight
the usher carries in his teeth
sometimes you sit in my lap
and we whisper dryly together
I never see you leave
I imagine you there afterwards
asleep among the candywrappers
From Flying Fish and Other Poems, Exile Editions, 1996.
by Kai Chan
At the same place with the drunk man passing through.
Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee
Mexico (November, 2017) – Our new friends brought us to San Antonino Castillo Velasco, in time for a saunter through the local cemetery. We discovered plots in full bloom from the annual tomb decorating contest. Walking the narrow intertwining paths; I followed the sounds, revealing a trio of musicians serenading their ancestors.
by Fiona Smyth
If you live in Toronto area, this might be at your interest -
Private viewings by invitation only.
by Gary Michael Dault
No. 211. The Crab
His old on-the-road friends, Clifford and Colin, had decided to drop by for a quick coffee and a chat--only to find their friend gone.
We'll wait for him," said Clifford. "Okay?"
"Fine with me," answered Colin.
The studio was unlocked, as always, so they let themselves in.
What they found surprised them. On the wall hung the biggest painting they'd ever known their old art-school buddy to make. It was raw, aggressive and apparently, judging by the plume of oil-fragrance in the studio, still wet.
"Recent, I guess," said Clifford.
"I'd say so, "agreed Colin.
"It has a title scrawled on it. He's called it The Crab," said Clifford. What do you make of it?"
"Maybe he's angry," ventured Colin.
"Or hungry," said Clifford...
Published on Mondays
with columns by Artist and Writer
Published since 2002, an Ocean and Pounds publication
Click here to subscribe MONDAY ARTPOST Release Notification
STAY WITH ART.
We recommend INDEXG B&B
Located on the second floor of the gallery, INDEXG Bed and Breakfast has 4 guest rooms, all with ensuite bathroom. Since 2008, INDEXG B&B have served curators, artists, art-admirers, collectors and professionals from different cities visiting and working in Toronto.
50 Gladstone Ave, Toronto