Summer holidays – best without contemporary art

I have seen more art in the last year than any one man is supposed to. I have spent 20 days this month in woods, lakes and rustic buildings that at best contained commemorative quilts of Nova Scotia or mashy Loon paintings.

It has been glorious.

But, we are back now and ready to keep feeding Toronto and the world art news and images. July and August are supposed to be holidays and are renowned for being the slow time for exhibits, when artists and gallery staff recharge.

Hard to take a vacation though when you love your work and thus never really worked a day in the industry of contemporary art.

random cove on the Bay of Fundy

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