Stettheimer Salon - Red Letter Days

Florine Stettheimer, Spring Sale at Bendel's

Florine Stettheimer, Spring Sale at Bendel's, 1921. Oil on canvas. 127 × 101.6 cm (50 × 40 in.). Philadelphia Museum of Art. Gift of Miss Ettie Stettheimer, 1951. The Philadelphia Museum of Art / Art Resource, NY

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Stettheimer Salon - Red Letter Days

Friday December 8, 7 - 8:30 pm
Signy Eaton Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario

Join writers Nathalie Atkinson and Derek McCormack inside the exhibition Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry for an extended riff on Florine Stettheimer, fashion, design, costumes, shopping, celebrations, Christmas, and more!

Nathalie Atkinson is a Toronto freelance culture journalist and film critic and a columnist for The Globe and Mail, where she is also a frequent contributor to Life & Arts. She writes regularly for magazines such asNoir City, The Kit, Canadian Notes & Queries, New York, and Zoomer,is a member of the Toronto Film Critics Association, and hosts the monthly Designing the Movies film lecture series at Toronto’s historic Revue Cinema. Nathalie has worked as both a film and fashion critic for more than a decade and was previously the award-winning editor and columnist of National Post’s Style & Design section. With a special interest in material culture and object-driven social history, her work often explores fashion and design at the intersection of culture and commerce

Derek McCormack is a writer who lives in Toronto. His latest book is The Well Dressed Wound (Semiotext(e), 2015). His other books include the novels The Show that Smells and The Haunted Hillbilly, as well as a cultural history of Christmas in Canada, Christmas Days. He has collaborated with numerous visual artists, including Micah Lexier, Ian Phillips, and Seth; their collaborations have been exhibited at the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of York University, and Oakville Galleries.

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