Carousels Spinning Everywhere

We’re a Canadian art magazine; they’re an American pop band. Listen up: Carousel is an electro-pop duo based in Brooklyn, NY. Jackson Phillips and Kevin Friedman, two Berklee College of Music graduates, create a unique sound that combines the drive of electro with the melodic sensibilities of pop … recommended! : : : : Download Carousel‘s debut EP ’26 Alliston’  here

Recently on 4PANEL.CA …

Have you been paying attention to our 4PANEL website? You should be … there is a new strip posted every Monday! So far in 2013, we’ve published delightful original works by: Sarah Scope. Larry Eisenstein. Marc Ngui. Michael DeForge. Mark Laliberte. Jessica Fortner. Fiona Smyth. And remember, 4PANEL appears as a full-colour section in the pages of each new issue of CAROUSEL. : : : : Check out the 4PANEL.CA web project now : : : : Buy the

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Jen Mann is an artist from Toronto, ON, whose work is profiled in CAROUSEL 30, our current issue. She attended OCAD U from 2005–09, receiving her BFA in printmaking. Since then she has focused on painting and developed a large body of work, which explores the subconscious, and focuses on ideas of freedom, perceived beauty, identity and home. Mann’s latest Toronto exhibit, Strange Beauties, is running from Feb 20 – Mar 23, 2013 at Neubacher

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Buy CAROUSEL at Magic Pony!

Looking for copies of CAROUSEL in downtown Toronto? It’s already available at better bookstores around the city; and now, we’re happy to announce that you can also pick up the new issue of our magazine at MAGIC PONY (680 Queen St W) — one of our favourite go-to spots when we want to see pop culture, design and fine art flawlessly mixed in a retail environment. Visit them today!

FIONA SMYTH – new exhibition

Fiona Smyth Feb 07 – Mar 09, 2013 (opening Sat Feb 09, 4-8pm) @ Robert Kananaj Gallery (1267 Bloor St W, Toronto) Toronto artist and 4PANEL participant Fiona Smyth (who we profiled/interviewed back in CAROUSEL 25 — our Spring-Summer 2010 issue) has a new exhibit at in Toronto. A retrospective look at 10 years of production, the exhibited works include paintings and drawings from the series Bride of Gene (2002) and The Virtuous – Rise of the

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