Documenting the Public Side of Sex

TORONTO — The exhibition Archiving Public Sex, drawn from the Sexual Representation Collection of the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies at the University of Toronto and currently on view at the University of Toronto Art Centre, strives for a bottom-up take on the sociopolitics of sexuality and sexual practice in North America.

Art That Gives Directions

Run by Lacey Fekishazy and Jon Lutz, Sardine is as small as its name suggests. And the Bushwick gallery takes space into special consideration: it isn’t an ostensibly typical neighborhood art space, one that makes the white walls look cramped, but there is instead a certain regard taken to consider the small scale. Artist Gabriel Hurier’s second solo show at Sardine, Directions, plays with both the large and the small.