News

This week, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery announced their expansion plans, the Remai Modern found a curator and the Aimia scholarship recipients were revealed.

Features
Frieze and the New Whitney Light Up New York

Peter Goddard reports from New York, where the Frieze art fair and the new Whitney building offer a rare, luminescent moment of celebration in Manhattan.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees this Week: May 21 to 27, 2015

Lots of great art exhibitions open across the country this week. Here are our recommendations.

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Features
David Altmejd’s Seven-Year Itch

David Altmejd discusses the inspiration behind “Flux,” his upcoming solo show at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal, and his plans for the future.

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Reviews
Krista Belle Stewart Weaves an Alternate History

At the New Gallery in Calgary, Krista Belle Stewart dug into archival materials, revealing flaws in the processes of making images and documenting history.

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Features
Quebec’s Art Stars from the Biennale de Montréal

Like the Quebec Triennial it replaced, the Biennale de Montréal was a star-making machine for Quebec artists; here are four who stood out.

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News
News in Brief: Janice Kerbel Makes Turner Prize List, Basquiat Blockbuster, Canada Council Discusses Funding Changes

This week, a Canadian-born artist was nominated for the Turner Prize, Basquiat made attendance records and an artist stirred political controversy.

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Reviews
Rashaad Newsome Goes for Baroque

In Rashaad Newsome’s first Canadian exhibition at AGYU, he proves that art can offer valuable insights through its delight in the sensual and spectacular.

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Features
Venice Pavilions Take a Lighter Tack

David Balzer reports from three national pavilions at the Venice Biennale, where humorous approaches to serious current issues reigned.

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