Is Toronto the condo-parody art capital of North America?
The first Heritage Minute ever to pay tribute to an Inuit artist takes on one of the greats—the late, world-renowned Kenojuak Ashevak.
An award-winning artist who roots his work in Inuit land and traditions is on hunger strike due to concerns about methylmercury poisoning risks.
After 27 years in Canada, a public-art breakthrough: Tanavoli’s sculptures are finally installed for all to see. Here, some lessons from a life in art.
From scream pots to must-wait-100-years time capsules to lost-in-Walmart sculptures—on view during London’s Frieze Week—Vancouverite Babak Golkar surprises.
The NFB invited artists including Kent Monkman and Caroline Monnet to create films from its archival clips. The results are remarkable—and they’re online.
Toronto artist Michael Snow has had a six-decade career that’s about as influential as they come. Now, he discusses his past, present and future.
A transformed shipping container, organized by activist Jane Doe and poet Lillian Allen, blends art and activism to resist a culture of sexual assault.