Features

Vancouver-based artist Raymond Boisjoly, a finalist for this year’s Sobey Art Award, plays with language and historical certainty throughout his work.

News
News in Brief: Polygon Gallery Gets the Go-Ahead, New Canada Council Chair, Kingston Prize Finalists

This week, the Polygon Gallery secured its remaining funding, the Canada Council for the Arts’ board of directors appointed a new chair and more.

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Reviews
Dean Baldwin Bids MOCCA Adieu

At MOCCA, Dean Baldwin’s exhibition—the last in the gallery’s space before it moves—pays homage to the site’s 10-year history. Jaclyn Bruneau reviews.

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Must-Sees
Must See This Week: July 30 to August 5, 2015

There are lots of great art exhibitions open across the country this week. Here are our best bets.

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Features
Geoffrey Farmer’s Top Tabs

Geoffrey Farmer shares some of his favourite Internet haunts, including auditory experiences, Internet archives, sound maps and other esoteric links.

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Features
On the Road with Daniel Joyce: Saskatchewan

Daniel Joyce continues his cross-Canada trip, heading into Saskatchewan and reporting from artist-run centres and galleries in Saskatoon and Regina.

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Reviews
The Vice Grip on Photojournalism

Vice Media and the Magnum Foundation’s “The New Photojournalism” included powerful work, but the busy installation left some pieces lost in the shuffle.

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Reviews
The Power Plant’s White-Cube Subversion Falls Short

Nadia Belerique, Lili Huston-Herterich and Laurie Kang’s installation at the Power Plant has a playful air, but fails to fully alter art-space hierarchies.

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Features
Contemporary Arab Art Comes to the Aga Khan Museum

The Barjeel Art Foundation’s first North American exhibition opens at the Aga Khan Museum, offering a significant showing of contemporary Arab art.

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