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R.M. Vaughan is Bright Eyed: Insomnia and Art

R.M. Vaughan discusses his new book, which traces the increasing prevalence of insomnia and argues that it is affecting our health and our art.

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Authority Defied in Montrealer’s Performance Art

Video works by Marlène Renaud-B., now on view at La Centrale in Montreal, resonate with reflections on power and its abuses, RM Vaughan writes.

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Centre A Railway Show Highlights Transience in Terminal City

There is a poignancy inherent in Centre A’s current exhibition “To|From BC Electric Railway 100 Years,” inspired by the building that houses the gallery—previously the hub of the region’s…

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Remembering Teto Elsiddique

Friends and colleagues remember a talented artist who died suddenly this fall, just as his work was garnering increasing acclaim.

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News in Brief: Artist and Musician Wins $50K Prize

“You don’t have to be skinny or blonde or sing in English or French, and you can stand by what you want to do and what you want to say,” said Lido Pimienta.

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Drew Simpson in Berlin: Tabletop Carnivalesque

R.M. Vaughan meets up with Drew Simpson in Berlin to discuss his work and the looming change that will irrevocably alter his painting.

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New Year’s Art Resolutions for 2016

We asked some notable artists, curators, writers and gallerists what they’d like to see and do, or not see and do, in 2016. Here’s what they told us.

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On Newsstands Now: Canadian Art Winter 2016

The Winter 2016 issue of Canadian Art hits newsstands across the country this week. Here are the highlights.

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Skyler Braeden Fox Throws His Breasts a Goodbye Party

R.M. Vaughan talks with Berlin-based artist Skyler Braeden Fox about his debut film work, a charming and playful piece about trans identity.

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Lorna Mills and Her Subversive GIF Art

Lorna Mills’s GIF art pulls images from the non-professional Internet, carefully choreographing strange, often perverse, works. Simon Lewsen reports.

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