A sitting room at the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation.

Weis Choice

I lived in Los Angeles for two years and had plenty to chew on, artwise, with its sprawling, ever-expanding art universe. There were world-class museums, artist studios to visit, tons of... | Read Full Post


A Roncesvalles Stroll

Toronto’s Roncesvalles area is home to some of the city’s most exciting and inspiring galleries and shops. There is a creative, artisan spirit to businesses like Blacksmith Cycle and restaurants like Branca which gives the neighbourhood... | Read Full Post

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Oh So Arty

I am excited to announce that I’ve joined Oh-So-Arty as the Toronto correspondent and tour guide. Oh-So-Arty is a small,international network of art insiders, in cities that include Shanghai, Melbourne, Tel Aviv, Los... | Read Full Post


Winter Warm Up

Everyone with nerve endings knows it’s freezing out. And with government-issued cold weather warnings sanctioning my impulse to stay indoors, gallery-going is more appealing than ever. A pair of worthwhile shows to kick off the... | Read Full Post

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La Dolce Vita

I am thrilled to be featured in this month’s issue of Dolce magazine, talking art and business. Dolce is a lifestyle magazine focusing on, you guessed it, the sweet life–with a strong emphasis... | Read Full Post


At Our Table

On May 29th in Toronto, I was honoured to be the keynote speaker for At Our Table, an annual fundraiser for Canadian Hadassah Wizo. This year’s event raised over $250,000 to benefit healthcare facilities... | Read Full Post


Pascale Girardin

I first saw Pascale Girardin’s work in an wall-mounted installation of delicate ceramic oak leaves at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto. Soon after, I reached out to have her create a custom mural... | Read Full Post


Getting Emojinal

Millennials text almost exclusively with them. Even your mom has managed to master the smiley face/red heart combo. And now, they’ve entered MoMA‘s collection—perhaps the most canonical grouping of modern artworks anywhere. Whether... | Read Full Post


Autumn Action

I’ve been doing the maternity thing again over here, with our divine Baby E. With curatorial projects ongoing, getting out of the house at all these postpartum weeks can seem a major feat; an... | Read Full Post

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Typically, one doesn’t think of the summer months as particularly rife with high-minded cultural events. Camping out at concerts and long evenings on the dock or city patios? Absolutely. But citywide, cross-disciplinary... | Read Full Post


Life After Brexit

My grandfather used to say not to ask a question you don’t really want to know they answer to. I imagine that recently-resigned British Prime Minister David Cameron has been wishing... | Read Full Post

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