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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.

Questionnaire: Chris Cran

Calgary-based artist Chris Cran selected works for “It’s My Vault,” the current exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art.

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New Research Profiles Art Collectors

Larry’s List has produced the most expansive research project about art collectors to date. We speak to the project’s co-founder about his findings.

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International Men of Misery: Ragnar Kjartansson and Davíð Þór Jónsson

As part of Villa Toronto, Icelandic artists Ragnar Kjartansson and Davíð Þór Jónsson presented a musical performance that tempered misery with mirth.

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The Most-Read Articles of 2014

We compile our 10 most-read articles of the past year—a group of texts that merit rereading, and offer a broad sampling of art writing in Canada.

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Vancouver Biennale: Perspectives on Public Art

Barrie Mowatt and Miriam Blume of the Vancouver Biennale talk about the event’s unique model, the public’s unpredictable reactions and the year ahead.

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Equal Parts: Melanie Gilligan’s People’s Art

Melanie Gilligan continues her humorous, unsettling investigations into capitalism and its effects, turning her focus to technology and social ties.

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Private Collections Made Public: An Interview with Rui Amaral

Rui Amaral, program director of Scrap Metal, talks about privately funded, non-commercial art spaces, curating collections and the gallery’s future.

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Great Jobs for Art-School Graduates

Art-school graduates are finding great careers in a variety of fields, and creating their own jobs. We profile the paths of seven recent graduates.

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Archival Anomaly: An Interview with Gareth Long

Canadian artist Gareth Long talks with David Balzer about his Vienna exhibition “Kidnappers Foil,” and the strange case of filmmaker/huckster Melton Barker.

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15 Shows We Want to See in 2015

It’s a new year with lots of terrific new art exhibitions on the horizon. Here are 15 shows we’re looking forward to, from British Columbia to Newfoundland.

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Rosie Prata’s Top 3 of 2014: Emerging Talents

Everyone in the Canadian art world needs Walter Scott’s Wendy comics, Rosie Prata says. He’s just one up-and-comer who improved our art scene in 2014.

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Bryne McLaughlin’s Top 3 of 2014: Data-ism

Bryne McLaughlin’s top three picks of 2014 loom large: artists delving into big data and big science, all under the watchful eye of Big Brother.

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