Paul Gessell. “Picture Perfect: A primer on where to buy art in Ottawa”. Ottawa Magazine, Shopping 2012/2012. p. 22-23.
Paul Gessell’s article in Ottawa Magazine, November 18, 2011 follows a selection of artists formerly represented by Dale Smith Gallery, and looks at what they are doing now. http://www.ottawamagazine.com/culture/artful-blogger/2011/11/18/artful-blogger-closing-of-dale-smith-marks-a-shake-up-in-ottawa-art-scene/
Sarah Hatton interviewed by the former director of the Portrait Gallery of Canada, Lilly Koltun on Ottawa’s Art Seen. Original airdate Tuesday October 18, 2011.
EPISODE 4: Tuesday October 11th, 2011 – 6PM KAREN BAILEY and SARAH HATTON Both Karen Bailey and Sarah Hatton paint ordinary people, but both believe that the ordinary can be heroic. Their intimate work strikes a chord in us, as we too, are forced to examine our own mortality. Find out the significance of their [...]
From left, Josiane Polidori, Johanna Mizgala, Sarah Hatton, Beth Greenhorn and Alea Cardarelli at the Harvest Noir pop-up picnic held Saturday, October 15, 2011, outside the Canadian Museum of Civilization in Gatineau. Photo by Caroline Phillips Organizers Samantha Biron and Greg Searle at the Harvest Noir pop-up picnic held Saturday, October 15, 2011, outside the [...]
The Globe and Mail’s Steve Ladurantaye interviews me for The Human Facebook Project.
The reaction to my recent Bare exhibition is referenced in Mary Jessica Hammes’ essay for the exhibition “Nurture” by Amy Jenkins. The exhibition is at ATHICA: Athens Institute for Contemporary Art in Athens, GA. http://www.athica.org/index.php?ID=42&action=More
Bare, my upcoming exhibition at Dale Smith Gallery in Ottawa, has inspired some debate, originating with this article in the Ottawa Citizen. You can also see how the debate has continued in the following links: CBC Radio One interview, Ottawa Morning December 4, 2009. Letter: Nude art of children doesn’t cause crime. Ottawa Citizen. Byline: [...]
I spoke with Rita Celli about my Recreation series on Ontario Today. Curator and artist Jeff Thomas was also interviewed about the debate surrounding the subject of residential schools in art, and listeners were encouraged to call in and share their views. Listen to the interview (Real Player)