Patron Saint paints its own portrait of Dr. Dukszta as director Michael Kainer explores the life of the man whose collection of art about himself receives its own exhibition at the gallery at the University of Toronto. This collection is a novelty for sure, but it’s also a peculiar testament to the range of talent in the Toronto fine arts scene. Just look at how differently the artists approach the same subject. See Dr. Dukszta as a cubist figure; see him as a divine figure. See him as a painting; see him as a statue. Even see him as one statue or see him as a statue in a collection of twenty-seven statues. There are many sides and shades to this one man.
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