Monica Tap

Artist Profile

Monica Tap is an artist whose many activities involve exploring questions of time and representation in painting. Her practice creates and opens up a space between landscape and abstraction, and navigates the terrain between painting and other media. Her current work is based on Quicktime videos of the landscape captured while traveling by train or car. Over the past ten years, her canvases have been exhibited in Canada, the USA and Britain; most recently, Seance at Thatcher Projects in New York City.

2010The Globe and Mail | Gary Michael Dault
 Landscapes capture rush and tumble of time | 24 avril
 
2007The Globe and Mail | Gary Micheal Dault
 Through a train window and onto a canvas | 29 décembre
 
2005The Globe and Mail | Gary Michael Dault
 Motion Pictures | 27 mai
 
2003BorderCrossings Issue No.88 | Robert Enright
 Hover Crafting: The Art of Monica Tap | 1 novembre
 
2003The Globe and Mail | Visual art review
 Monica Tap at Wynick/Tuck | 1 mars
 
2000National Post | Matthew Hart
 There's something about Monica | 2 janvier
 
1998The Globe and Mail | Gary Michael Dault
 Unembarassed Beauty | 10 octobre
 
1997The Globe and Mail | Betty Ann JOrdan
 Artists worth a look | 8 février
 
Arts Atlantic magazine issue 68, Summer 2001 | Cliff Eyland
 Monica Tap (interview) |
 
Canadian Art Spring 1998 | Robin Laurence
 Code Work |
 
Maclean’s magazine, July, 1997 |
 100 Canadians to Watch: The Artists: Monica Tap |
 
Canadian Art, Spring 2008 | Pete Smith
 Monica Tap at Wynick Tuck |
 
Canadian Art, Fall 2005 | Marshall Webb
 Monica Tap / Nick Ostoff |
 
Canadian Art, fall 2003 | Kim Fullerton
 Monica Tap: Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery |
 
Toronto Life, February 2003 | Betty Ann Jordan
 Field Trip |