A Sacred Game Escape is Perpetual

Portis, Ben
March 2015
C: International Contemporary Art;Spring2015, Issue 125, p52
Academic Journal
Exhibition Review
An exhibition review is presented for "Joseph Tisiga: A Sacred Game: Escape is Perpetual," which featured works by the Native Canadian artist Joseph Tisiga, at Diaz Contemporary in Toronto, Ontario from October 16 to November 22, 2014.


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