Features

Michael Turner lists his top three picks of 2014, including unexpected twists on institutional critique and bowls of reindeer soup.

Reviews
Canadian Biennial Both Dazzles & Disappoints

“Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014″ has many impressive artworks, but puts them in a substandard frame, Emily Falvey writes. Our artists deserve better.

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Reviews
Vera Frenkel at MOCCA: A Critic’s View

A compact Vera Frenkel survey in Toronto indicates that many younger artists owe her a debt, Alison Cooley says. Yet the show falls short in some ways, too.

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Features
Art & Tech Takeaways from Banff’s Convergence Summit

Bryne McLaughlin reports on recent debates between art-and-tech leaders in Banff. The ultimate lesson: being human still matters.

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Features
4 Questions for Sobey Winner Nadia Myre

Respected Anishinaabe artist Nadia Myre discusses hurt, healing and artmaking as relates to her latest projects on Montreal’s Plateau and Senegal’s coast.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: December 18 to 24, 2014

Although exhibition launches slow over the holidays, there are still great art events going on across Canada this week. Here are our best bets.

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Reviews
Figurines Find New Life in Clare Twomey Piece

British artist uses ceramics to investigate history and display techniques. In doing so, Twomey creates her own haunting world, writes Mimi Joh-Carnella.

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News
Stéphane Aquin to be Hirshhorn’s Chief Curator

Longtime Montreal curator poised to lead Washington, DC, museum and sculpture garden starting in early 2015.

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News
On Newsstands Now: Canadian Art Winter 2015

With a cover story by Giller-nominated author David Macfarlane on Calgary-born, Brussels-based artist Zin Taylor, our Winter 2015 issue is a must-read.

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