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Features

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.

First Look: BGL at the 2015 Venice Biennale

Richard Rhodes reports from the 56th Venice Biennale, where Quebec City collective BGL have transformed the Canada Pavilion with a series of installations.

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Video Preview: “Part Picture” at MOCCA

New York–based curator and artist Chris Wiley previews his show “Part Picture,” which opens tonight at MOCCA in Toronto, focusing on current photography.

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6 Parting Thoughts on Papier15

With numerous changes this year, Papier15 was navigating plenty of new territory. How did the Montreal art fair measure up?

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5 Shows to See at the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival

The 2015 Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival launches across Toronto today. Here are five projects that the Canadian Art team will be visiting.

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Paulette Phillips Interrogates the Art World: Studio Visit

Artist Paulette Phillips uses a lie-detector machine to study the art world’s capacity for truth. David Balzer finds out more in this studio-visit video.

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Canadian Art’s Picks from the Papier15 Preview

This year’s Papier15, an art fair in Montreal devoted to works on paper, has plenty of great pieces. Here are some highlights from the preview.

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Papier15 Braces for Change

Ahead of Montreal’s Papier15, attendees reflect on the event’s upcoming changes. Will the fair sustain its reputation for quality and accessibility?

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10 Shows We Want to See This Spring

A new season brings new art exhibitions. Here are 10 shows we’re looking forward to, from British Columbia to Newfoundland.

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Canada’s Galleries Fall Short: The Not-So Great White North

What do the demographic breakdowns of solo shows at Canadian public institutions look like? Not the most diverse.

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Will Ramsay Discusses the Future of Art Fairs

Will Ramsay, founder of the Affordable Art Fair and Toronto’s Love Art, discusses the proliferation of art fairs and their uncertain future.

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7 Projects We Want to See at Images Festival

This week, the 28th edition of Toronto’s Images Festival opens up across the city. Here are seven projects we recommend.

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Editor’s Edit: Flying Glenfiddich, Partisanship and Irony

Richard Rhodes selects highlights from the last week on the web, pulling quotes that stuck from our recent articles, reviews and interviews.

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