Features

New Brunswick’s Acre Architects is exposing the architectural profession’s gender imbalance.

News
News in Brief: Eastern Edge’s New Executive Director, Toronto and Ottawa Art Awards, Curatorial Prize Winner Announced

This week, the St. John’s artist-run centre Eastern Edge announced staffing changes, and municipal awards were distributed in Toronto and Ottawa.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: May 18 to 24, 2017

In Montreal this week: debuts of new work by BGL and the first Canadian show for Scotland’s Rachel Maclean, currently making waves at the Venice Biennale.

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Features
The Catalogue Is Not the Exhibition

Indigenous art exhibition catalogues are vital for research, writes Richard Hill—and they need to start entering the digital realm.

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News
Canadian Oil Sands Waste Targeted in American Exhibition

On the Southeast Side of Chicago, an Alberta oil sands byproduct has wreaked environmental havoc. Artists, and an art museum, are responding.

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Features
Art after a Brain Injury

At age 29, Vancouver artist Sheri Bakes had a stroke and became unable to form mental images. But losing her visual imagination didn’t deter her painting.

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Features
5 More Canadian Connections at the Venice Biennale

A few weeks ago, we posted about nine projects with important Canadian connections at the Venice Biennale. Here are five more.

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Reviews
Vancouver Report: Behind the Screen

By compiling online comments into books and translating Seventeen magazine headlines into bead art, Vancouver artists lift the veil on medium as message.

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News
Moving in Place

Contemporary dance in Canada has long been defined by lack of space and funding. But this has also resulted in unconventional, and resourceful, works.

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News
News in Brief: Black Lives Matter Photos Vandalized, Bob Rennie at the National Gallery, Award Wins & More

When photographer Jalani Morgan found that three of his large vinyl prints were torn open, he stitched them with red thread and kept them on display.

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Features
Hajra Waheed Traces a Rising Tide in Venice

In the middle of the Central Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, Montreal artist Hajra Waheed has built another world—and marked a return to painting.

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Features
Lani Maestro Bridges Boundaries at the Venice Biennale

Once a Halifax art professor, now a Venice Biennale exhibitor, Lani Maestro reminds viewers that “categories are not that important; consciousness is.”

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: May 11 to 17, 2017

In Montreal this week: a performance investigating territory and extraction, one of many projects across Canada addressing landscape histories.

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Bewabon Shilling: NEW WORK
May 3 2017 TO May 24 2017
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Jan 1 1970 TO Jan 1 1970
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Period Pieces: A Sunset Terrace Retrospective
Apr 1 2017 TO May 27 2017
Galerie Projet Pangée (Montreal)
Ignition
Apr 19 2017 TO May 27 2017
Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery (New Caney)
PETER HARRIS: Evening with Hopper – New Paintings
Apr 29 2017 TO May 27 2017
Mira Godard Gallery (Toronto)
Sightings 20: Souvenirs from the Jasmine Café
Mar 20 2017 TO Jun 17 2017
Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery The SIGHTINGS cube is located on the ground floor of the Concordia University's Hall Building at 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West (New Caney)
Nothing Will Surprise You Here
Apr 13 2017 TO Jun 17 2017
Dazibao (Montreal)
The Art Together Show: Here We Go! Presented by L’Arche Greater Vancouver
Apr 27 2017 TO Jun 10 2017
Amelia Douglas Gallery (New Westminster)

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Apr 13 2017 TO Jun 17 2017
Dazibao (Montreal)
The View from Here – drawings by Daniel Hanequand
May 6 2017 TO Jun 30 2017
Gallery Arcturus (Toronto)
Liss Platt: a CONSTANT decade
May 4 2017 TO Aug 19 2017
McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton)
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