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Articles by Leah Sandals

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Claudia Rankine in Banff: On White Supremacy, Art and America

“Things are about to get bad in ways that we will and will not see,” said the award-winning poet during a July lecture. And she was right.

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Bringing Skatepark to Still Life

Vancouver artist Andrew Dadson paints landscape in a way that highlights how it will keep changing—with or without him.

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Artists and Art Installers Still Unpaid by Biennale de Montréal

Six months after the closing of the latest Biennale de Montreal, the event says it is in a “precarious” financial position, with some artists still unpaid.

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What Makes a Canadian Artist?

A new group exhibition at the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto tackles the complexity of Canadian identities.

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Meet the Gatekeepers Flagging the Latest Annie Leibovitz Debacle

Generous donation? Or tax haven? It’s up to CPERB—a little-known Canadian group—to determine the difference.

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A Stroll Through the Museum of Walking

What scaffolds, structures and supports exist for walking-based art and artists?

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What Sells at a Canada 150 Auction?

On June 27, Waddington’s in Toronto held what it called “The Canada 150 Auction.” Here are 12 objects from the event, all of which found ready buyers.

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Step by Step: Artists Walk to Resist Colonization, Ableism and More

Walking in North America has associations to colonial exploits. But it can also be leveraged to resist colonialism, racism, ableism and more.

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Photographing the Artist’s Studio—More Than 100 Times Over

Hamilton photographer Joseph Hartman spent four years visiting artist’s studios across the country. Here are some behind-the-scenes views he captured.

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The Art of Vaccination

What can art bring to emotionally charged debates around vaccination? This is just one question raised by a Canadian-led exhibition on now in Geneva.

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