Features

Mall rats, rejoice: Douglas Coupland is travelling around Canada to 3-D print volunteers at Simons stores. Caoimhe Morgan-Feir reports.

Features
Cripping the Arts: It’s About Time

How can the disability arts movement celebrate recent gains when they seem to be divorced from 45 years of historical struggle? Jenna Reid discusses.

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Features
When a Private Trans Archive Becomes Public Art

The Casa Susanna photographs once belonged only to a small, private community. Now, they are public art. What are the ethical consequences?

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: May 5 to 11, 2016

There are lots of great exhibitions opening this week, and interesting art events happening too. Here are our best bets.

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News
Suzy Lake Wins 2016 Scotiabank Photography Award

Toronto creator known for explorations of gender, the body and identity scoops up $50,000 cash award for mid- to late-career artists.

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News
Canadian Art Nominated for Digital Publishing Award

Caoimhe Morgan-Feir’s article “The Curious Case of Levine Flexhaug” has been nominated in the Best Short Feature category alongside Maclean’s and CBC.ca.

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45 Artists Named for Ambitious Biennale de Montréal

Can Montreal become home to “one of the most influential contemporary art biennials on the planet”? Partners in the Biennale de Montréal hope so.

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Features
James Nizam: Aperture for Destruction

Vancouver photo-based artist James Nizam sculpts light into form—often by puncturing, cutting or otherwise modifying abandoned houses.

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News
News in Brief: Rembrandt Donation Unveiled, Michal Hornstein Passes, Art Metropole’s New Curator

This week, a Rembrandt painting was unveiled in Kingston, a major Montreal art patron passed and Art Metropole announced their new curator.

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