In the wake of 9/11, Finnigan began experimenting with crystallization to preserve community and acknowledge loss.
Could Canada ever produce an exhibition like the Whitney Biennial? A look at this year’s edition generates envy—and five strategies worth taking north.
It’s difficult to operate a commercial gallery anywhere in Canada, and many challenges are larger in smaller markets—here’s what some gallerists are doing.
Kent Monkman knew that, for Canada 150, he had to speak directly to the colonial, genocidal policies that have marked the country’s history.
This year, art by Ana Mendieta, Emily Mast and Deanna Bowen underlined that it is difficult to know someone else entirely—or even just a little.