The John Sasaki Exhibition at the Doris McCarthy Gallery


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The John Sasaki Exhibition at the Doris McCarthy Gallery
This paper is a brief 3-page review of the John Sasaki installation at the Doris McCarthy Gallery. As will soon become apparent, John Sasaki’s work leaps out at us because of the artist’s capacity to explore the human condition – particularly the futility and adversity that inevitably accompany being human and having dreams (thwarted dreams) as all humans do. What Sasaki has done is to cleverly use various media in such a way as to capture both the frustrations of living and the eternal optimism that springs in the human soul. These basic insights may seem quaint, but Sasaki’s strength is his ability to introduce each of them in ways that are appealing and often humorous (SNAP...
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University of Toronto, Scarborough. “Jon Sasaki: Good Intentions.” Doris McCarthy Gallery. 2010. 9 Feb. 2010
Yahoo! Canada. “Spirit of individualism.” Flickr. 2010. 9 Feb. 2010