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Sarah Milroy reports from latest SITE Santa Fe biennial, which was co-curated by Canadian Candice Hopkins and offered a grounded approach to place.

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Must-Sees This Week: March 5 to 11, 2015

Great exhibitions are opening across Canada this week. Here are our best bets.

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News
Scotiabank Announces Shortlist for $50,000 Photography Award

Three artists have been shortlisted for the 2015 Scotiabank Photography Award.

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News
Berenice Abbott Archive Acquired by Ryerson Image Centre

A major donation gives American photographer Berenice Abbott’s archive to the Ryerson Image Centre in Toronto.

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Features
Editor’s Edit: Drilldowns, Money and the Word

Our editor selects highlights from the last week on the web, pulling quotes that stuck from our recent articles, reviews and interviews.

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Marie Watt Returns to the National Gallery of Canada

Portland-based Seneca artist Marie Watt discusses her multidisciplinary way of working, and using objects that evoke different connotations across borders.

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Features
Taras Polataiko on Conflict and Art in Eastern Ukraine

Ukrainian-Canadian artist Taras Polataiko speaks about the current cultural climate in Eastern Ukraine, where conflict largely overshadows art-making.

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News
News in Brief: CARFAC Agreement, $2 Million Venice Donation and MMFA Painting Restored

This week, CARFAC ratified their agreement with the National Gallery, Canadian artists at the Venice Biennale received a $2 million donation and more.

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Mathieu Beauséjour Discusses his Canadian Career

Although he has garnered international success, Montreal-based multimedia artist Mathieu Beauséjour remains virtually unknown in English Canada—for now.

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