Fans of internationally renowned Canadian comics artist Seth will be able to purchase some of his custom-designed fabric starting this month.
There’s discourse about art and motherhood, art and the Anthropocene, motherhood and climate change. In Edmonton this week, these topics finally intersect.
Can Montreal become home to “one of the most influential contemporary art biennials on the planet”? Partners in the Biennale de Montréal hope so.
Acclaimed Canadian artist Moyra Davey published her perennially relevant Mother Reader in 2001. Now, she reveals how motherhood continues to affect her art.
Through her recent performances and installations, Winnipeg artist Sarah Anne Johnson pays homage to her grandmother, who suffered from PPD—and much worse.
Filmmaker Guy Maddin’s latest project mixes his classic black-and-white scenes with GIF-y grabs—and is made to be experienced online.
At the Audain and Viva awards ceremony this evening, top prize went to a man whose video was once called “not art” by the Vancouver Art Gallery.
We live in an adult-centric world, not to mention an adult-centric artworld. So it’s worth reflecting on what it means to produce art with children.