This week, a Maud Lewis thrift-store painting sold for $45,000, and artists at a feminist residency were forced to evacuate a flooded island.
It is the second-highest amount ever paid for a Canadian artwork at auction—and according to auction house, it signals Toronto as a new art-market centre.
McGill University graduate Vidal Wu is the 2017 recipient of our national prize awarded to up-and-coming critical and editorial talent.
Red Deer–born artist Elaine Cameron-Weir has made her museum solo show debut in New York with assemblages that are at once seductive and unsettling.
This week, the St. John’s artist-run centre Eastern Edge announced staffing changes, and municipal awards were distributed in Toronto and Ottawa.
On the Southeast Side of Chicago, an Alberta oil sands byproduct has wreaked environmental havoc. Artists, and an art museum, are responding.