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Lovely work by Toronto artist Libby Hague: Gabrielle, 2013, woodcut print on wire-laminated paper, rope cord, netting, papier mache, various upholstery tacks.

Lovely work by Toronto artist Libby Hague: Gabrielle, 2013, woodcut print on wire-laminated paper, rope cord, netting, papier mache, various upholstery tacks.

This is what it looks like upside down?

The stilt city of Zenobia. Artist Colleen Corradi Brannigan has taken it upon herself to illustrate all fifty-five of the fantastical cityscapes described in Italo Calvino's 1972 novel Invisible Cities.

Tadao Ando Punta della Dogana/Untitled 2007, by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan_Alberto Pizzoli-AFP-Getty Images

Untitled by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, Punta della Dogana, Venice

Saatchi Online Artist: Andrea Jancovicova; Ink, Painting "Golden Soldier"

Saatchi Online Artist: Andrea Jancovicova; Ink, Painting "Golden Soldier"

In Alone together, by Toronto artist Libby Hague, people, animals and things are connected along a rhizome baseboard or floorboard, through sympathy and other intangibles. From the misery of an elephant in the Shanghai zoo to a child too big for the baby swing - and more abstract points in between, Alone together attempts to move beyond autobiography into the big wide world.

In Alone together, by Toronto artist Libby Hague, people, animals and things are connected along a rhizome baseboard or floorboard, through sympathy and other intangibles. From the misery of an elephant in the Shanghai zoo to a child too big for the baby swing - and more abstract points in between, Alone together attempts to move beyond autobiography into the big wide world.

Composition No 81

Composition No 81

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