Last chance: Sadko Hadzihasanovic at Paul Petro

Sadko Hadzihasanovic, Untitled, 2009, oil and pencil on masonite. Through this weekend Paul Petro presents sardonic work by Sadko Hadzihasanovic, a talented painter I met several years ago at the Blue Mountain Center artists’ and writers’ residency in the Adirondacks. Arriving in Toronto from Sarajevo in 1993, Sadko, who has an uncanny resemblance to Antonio … read more… “Last chance: Sadko Hadzihasanovic at Paul Petro”

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In Harms’ way

Old painting pal Sadko Hadzihasanovic and I once decided that a painter can have good paint-handling and bad drawing, or good drawing and bad paint-handling, but bad drawing and bad paint-handling is a formula for, well, truly bad painting. Bendix Harms, in his second solo show at Anton Kerns, wants to prove otherwise. Despite Harms’ … read more… “In Harms’ way”

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