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It’s about time for the Indigenous art canon to create a space for gender-variant and sexually diverse voices. They’ve been mostly excluded for decades.

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News in Brief: National Gallery Changes Admission Prices, Contemporary Art Gallery and Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Announce Prize Recipients

This week, the National Gallery of Canada announced that rates of admission for adults and seniors will be raised in July to offset growing operating costs.

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Features
Hotboxing the White Cube: The Rise of Cannabis Culture in High Art

Pot is more visible than ever in North American pop culture. And it’s reaching into contemporary art, too.

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Canadian Art Nominated for 2017 National Magazine Award

An article on Kathy Acker’s time in Toronto has been nominated in the Feature Writing category of this year’s National Magazine Awards.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: April 20 to 26, 2017

Depictions of the nightlife and human landscapes of Vancouver go on view this week, along with plenty of other must-see exhibitions and festivals.

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Features
How Radical Can a Film Festival Be?

On the 30th anniversary of Images, Toronto’s first experimental film festival, its director wonders if identity and formalism must be mutually exclusive.

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News
25 Artists Longlisted for $50K Sobey Art Award

These 25 longlisted artists—five for each of five regions—are vying are for the top prize worth $50,000. Each of four other finalists will receive $10,000.

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Features
Howie Tsui’s Subversive, Epic New Work

In a sprawling video projection at the Vancouver Art Gallery, Howie Tsui explores the martial-arts genre that shaped him—and the city in which he was born.

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Features
Art in Condoland

Development mania across Canada is marked by eye-catching public art. But what makes such works successful? No one, it seems, can quite agree.

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Features
We Have Never Been “Post-AIDS”

A look at five artists from a new generation who explore alternative readings of HIV/AIDS, activism and resistance.

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News
150 Indigenous Artists Receive $1.5 Million in Awards

The winners of the REVEAL Indigenous Art Awards have been announced, with 150 artists in a variety of fields each receiving $10,000.

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Features
Suzanne Hill’s Art of Isolation

This veteran New Brunswick artist has spent five years thinking about aloneness—and, unexpectedly, it’s inspired collaboration.

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Features
A Work That Could Resist Documenta’s Crisis Tourism

Zoja Smutny’s performance developed in Toronto as a space for encounter. This summer, it will test the limits of “crisis tourism” in Athens.

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