Canada’s fall art auctions kick into high gear on November 24. Here are eight things to keep tabs on as the hammer falls.
Montreal-based Algonquin artist known for using small media to make a big impact wins $50,000 first place spot in one of Canada’s leading art prizes.
There are a lot of great art exhibitions opening this week, and interesting art events happening too. Here are our best bets.
An Algerian-born, Paris-based artist provides an unusual take on Inuit art and the North in an exhibition currently at Toronto’s AGO, Amy Luo reports.
“Moon Room,” at Narwhal in Toronto, was like the theatrical set for a play in which nighttime is always impending. Here, Alison Cooley explores its complexity.
A week-long nighttime art festival, inspired by Nuit Blanche, hints at how the Okanagan is undergoing a cultural renaissance, Michael Turner writes.
As weather gets colder and nights grow shorter, it’s ever more tempting to stay in and curl up with a good book. Here are some recent releases we recommend.
Recently, artists gathered in a Montreal gallery to make a famously bleak book “a little bit happier”—now, Jacob Wren and Saelan Twerdy chat about the edit.
Fifty works by Jean-Paul Riopelle, Paul-Émile Borduas, Jean Paul Lemieux and others have been gifted to a museum best known for its Group of Seven holdings.
There are no exhibitions located outside of Canada. Try to search for locations based in Canada.