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Interviews by:
Sorel Etrog, Artist
Walter Moos, Moos Gallery
Gary Michael Dault, Art Critic
Yael Dunkelman, Co-founder of Dunkelman Gallery
Joyce Zemans, Art Historian
Gregory Humeniuk, Curatorial Assistant, Canadian Art

Sorel Etrog, Artist

Etrog describes Toronto in the 1960’s, and one of the most prolific periods of his long career.

Walter Moos, Moos Gallery

Moos discusses his early experiences showing Etrog’s work, the significance of his wood pieces, and his international reputation.

Gary Michael Dault, Art Critic

Dault explores Etrog’s influence on the art world, and his literary collaborations with writers, playwrights, and intellectuals.

Yael Dunkelman, Co-founder of Dunkelman Gallery

Dunkelman recounts her and her husband’s relationship with Etrog, and the challenges associated with showing sculpture in Toronto in the 1960’s.

Joyce Zemans, Art Historian

Zemans discusses her first encounters with Etrog’s work, and the numerous occasions she reviewed his work as an art critic. She pays special attention to Etrog’s composites made in the 1990’s.

Gregory Humeniuk, Curatorial Assistant, Canadian Art

Humeniuk explores the artistic process Sorel Etrog used to create large bronze sculptures.

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