Our features go in-depth on vital artists, exhibitions and movements shaping Canada’s cultural scene. Want to understand the deep background on what you see at the galleries? This is the place to start reading.
Fredericton artist Bennie Allain’s new tarot deck is full of conflicting forces—just like the ones most New Brunswick artists have to deal with.
GothShakira’s Instagram shares intimate, yet relatable, narratives, lamenting misogynist men, referencing bell hooks and flaunting her astrology expertise.
Observing daily city life is the foundation of Larissa Fassler’s practice. Throughout, the Berlin-based Canadian artist performs a type of spatial feminism.
Calgary artist Svea Ferguson is known for evocative wall works and sculptures in cut linoleum and vinyl. Here are five websites that inspire her practice.
“I’m living in capitalism while also wanting to see it change,” Montreal performance artist and writer Jacob Wren says of his newest novel, Rich and Poor.
Libraries have adapted to people’s needs better than a lot of museums have, says Nancy Noble, new director of Atlantic Canada’s biggest art museum.