Thursday, February 3, 2011
Angell Gallery in Toronto has just released Kim Dorland’s new catalogue. This awesome book, which shares the name of his current exhibition Nocturne, is exquisitely designed by Alex Cirka and features an essay by Derek McCormack. This dynamic catalog captures the tone and scope of Dorland’s most recent body of work.
Limited copies of the publication are available at Angell Gallery. You can also check out a digital version of the book here. Images from Dorland's current exhibition at Angell Gallery can be found at the gallery's website.
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