News

One of Canada’s largest photo prizes announced the four international artists who are in the running for this year’s $50,000 award.

Features
Ben Portis: 1960–2017

Friends and colleagues remember the Canadian curator and critic, who died in a road accident last week.

Read more
News
Artists and Art Installers Still Unpaid by Biennale de Montréal

Six months after the closing of the latest Biennale de Montreal, the event says it is in a “precarious” financial position, with some artists still unpaid.

Read more
Features
The Hard Truth about Reconciliation

We’ve been talking about reconciliation for decades. What took the arts so long to catch up, and why are we still so far behind?

Read more
Social 2017
Canadian Art Presents Social 2017: Reveal

Canadian Art, along with Presenting Sponsor RBC, is pleased to present Social 2017: Reveal, Canadian Art’s 22nd-annual fundraising dinner and auction. Join us at one of Canada’s most exciting

Read more
News
News in Brief: Beloved Atlantic Curator Dies, Statue of Halifax Colonial Founder Shrouded, Rodney Graham Directs Saint Etienne Video

The Atlantic arts community mourns the loss of curator, writer and arts administrator Mary MacDonald.

Read more
Features
What Makes a Canadian Artist?

A new group exhibition at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto tackles the complexity of Canadian identities.

Read more
Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: July 20 to 26, 2017

This week, two Black artists look beyond diaspora by turning inwards in an upcoming Toronto show.

Read more
Reviews
Artists Unsettle Colonized Notions of Two-Spirit Life

Vancouver’s Queer Arts Festival presented work that included satirical dating websites and portrait blankets—defying an anthropological, one-sided gaze.

Read more
Features
On Kara Springer’s A Small Matter of Engineering

Last summer a Canadian artist overheard the words, “White people, do something.” The reaction was intense when she transformed this phrase into public art.

Read more
Features
Fugitive Portraits

These old Canadian newspaper ads describe people who tried to escape slavery. What do they say now about Black presence—and Indigenous oppression—in Canada?

Read more
News
News in Brief: Annie Leibovitz Controversy, Igloo Tag Trademark Transfers to IAF, Mercer Union Hires Julia Paoli

2,000 Annie Liebovitz photographs flagged by CPERB, Igloo Tag Trademark changes ownership and Mercer Union appoints a new director.

Read more
Features
Meet the Gatekeepers Flagging the Latest Annie Leibovitz Debacle

Generous donation? Or tax haven? It’s up to CPERB—a little-known Canadian group—to determine the difference.

Read more
CURRENT ISSUE | SUMMER 2017: KINSHIP
Current Issue Cover

Search for Exhibitions from Coast to Coast

Exhibitions happening now in Canada

Inside the Box
Jul 12 2017 TO Jul 29 2017
Gallery on Third Small rural community gallery caught half way between Saskatoon and Regina Saskatchewan (Watrous)
Ann Kipling and Takao Tanabe
May 18 2017 TO Aug 5 2017
McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton)
ab NEXT: Contemporary Abstraction by Emerging Artists
Apr 29 2017 TO Sep 3 2017
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa)
COINS OF JESUS: Money and Religion in the Ancient World
May 3 2017 TO Aug 18 2017
Nickle Galleries (Calgary)
Ed Atkins: Modern Piano Music
Apr 20 2017 TO Sep 3 2017
DHC/ART Foundation for Contemporary Art (Montreal)
Vistor Information
Apr 29 2017 TO Sep 17 2017
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa)
Making Peace Exhibition
May 13 2017 TO Sep 24 2017
Making Peace Gallery / Front St East, Corktown ()

Liss Platt: a CONSTANT decade
May 4 2017 TO Aug 19 2017
McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton)
Abstraction: The Rebel Cause Holdings from The Permanent Collection
Apr 22 2017 TO Aug 27 2017
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Oshawa)
PRESSED: FOUR DECADES OF PRINTS BY D. HELEN MACKIE, RCA
Jun 8 2017 TO Jul 28 2017
Nickle Galleries (Calgary)
Jaime Ross: Vale of Paradise
Jun 29 2017 TO Jul 27 2017
ODD Gallery (Dawson)
Load More Spinner