Walking in North America has associations to colonial exploits. But it can also be leveraged to resist colonialism, racism, ableism and more.
Hamilton photographer Joseph Hartman spent four years visiting artist’s studios across the country. Here are some behind-the-scenes views he captured.
It is the second-highest amount ever paid for a Canadian artwork at auction—and according to auction house, it signals Toronto as a new art-market centre.
On the Southeast Side of Chicago, an Alberta oil sands byproduct has wreaked environmental havoc. Artists, and an art museum, are responding.
Once a Halifax art professor, now a Venice Biennale exhibitor, Lani Maestro reminds viewers that “categories are not that important; consciousness is.”
Inuit art is being featured at the Venice Biennale’s main exhibition for the first time ever. See most of these drawings, and get the backstory, here.
A recent study showed students at Toronto’s arts high schools are twice as likely to be white—reflecting a national trend. We need keep talking about that.
Pot is more visible than ever in North American pop culture. And it’s reaching into contemporary art, too.
Haida master carver James Hart has been creating totem poles for more than 30 years. But he has never worked on anything quite like the Reconciliation Pole.