The Ottawa Art Gallery and NSCAD University receive major donations, Toronto art advisor Lonti Ebers joins Bienal de São Paulo advisory board, Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre named co-director at Darling…
Our Winter 2017 issue is themed on “Futures.” How is our relationship with futurity changing? The short answer: we are living what’s next, now.
This week, the Vancouver Art Gallery launches a new triennial highlighting 40 talented artists connected to the city.
An AGO show highlights incredibly detailed boxwood carvings made all the more fascinating by their illustrious owners, from Henry VIII to Baron Rothschild.
The Halifax institution faces financial turmoil, rising tuition fees and controversial restructuring—a situation echoed in art schools across North America.
The black-and-white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg were selected by a public vote to win the 2016 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize.
Montreal has a long history of DIY spaces, but a new generation places an increasing emphasis on international networking.
Vine’s closure prompts a query: why are its short video loops, created predominantly by adolescents of colour, deemed dispensable and outside of the canon?
Self-taught Toronto sculptor Tau Lewis talks about her representations of black identity, which redress the dissociation between black bodies and nature.
Exhibitions happening now in Canada