Features

A groundbreaking film and video festival made for and by women of colour in 1980s Vancouver was an important precedent for the return of identity politics.

Reviews
Divya Mehra Undoes White on White

“You have to tell Them, I’m not a Racist.” desecrates the white cube with gleeful impunity.

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Features
16 Art Shows to See This Fall

Canada’s busy fall art season is here, and we’ve rounded up the shows we’re most excited about.

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News
News in Brief: Artist and Musician Wins $50K Prize

“You don’t have to be skinny or blonde or sing in English or French, and you can stand by what you want to do and what you want to say,” said Lido Pimienta.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: September 21 to 27, 2017

Flotilla, framed as big celebration of artist-run culture, hits various venues in Charlottetown this weekend. Watch for work by D’Arcy Wilson, Charles Campbell and more.

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News
What Was Revealed During Canada’s #AskACurator Day

An ancient nail clipper, a slightly less ancient video game, and a very-not-ancient arts and culture problem.

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Features
Zacharias Kunuk’s New Film and the Importance of Inuit Cinema

“What’s interesting about Zach’s cinema is his movies aren’t just movies—they’re also survival,” says Ojibwe writer and TIFF Cinematheque head Jesse Wente.

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Features
10 Artists Who Are Reinventing History

From our Fall 2017 issue, themed on “The Idea of History”: A national survey of 10 artists whose works look back while looking ahead.

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Features
The Pictures Change, But the Myths Persist

A new exhibition featuring archival American news photos of Canada illustrates how so many of the country’s central myths remain unchanged.

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News
Correction

The Fall 2017 issue of our magazine contains an error. We sincerely apologize for any grief or harm that this has caused.

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News
News in Brief: Arts Community Demands Changes at Calgary City Hall

This week, Calgary arts groups walked away from plans to create a new gallery, and also demanded more funding. City Hall was implied to be the problem.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: September 7 to 13, 2017

The Swarm festival features several important art openings in Vancouver over the next few days, including Kapwani Kiwanga at Or Gallery.

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Features
Meet the Canadians Who Published Solange’s Art Book

Montreal publisher Anteism has found success in the competitive art-book realm.

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Exhibitions happening now in Canada

Coming of Age
Sep 3 2017 TO Oct 1 2017
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (Bowmanville)
Traces of Words: Art and Calligraphy from Asia
May 11 2017 TO Oct 9 2017
Museum of Anthropology at UBC (Vancouver)
Closing In: June Mielnichuk
Sep 8 2017 TO Sep 28 2017
ACUA Art Gallery & Artisan Boutique 780-488-8558 (Edmonton)

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