CURRENT ISSUE | SUMMER 2015
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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.

Lorna Mills and Her Subversive GIF Art

Lorna Mills’s GIF art pulls images from the non-professional Internet, carefully choreographing strange, often perverse, works. Simon Lewsen reports.

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Artistic Subjectivity: In Conversation with Erdem Taşdelen

Jaclyn Bruneau interviews Erdem Taşdelen about Investigations on Artistic Subjectivity, his collaborative book project with Meriç Algün Ringborg.

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Jessica Bradley Discusses Closing Her Gallery

This week, Jessica Bradley Gallery announced it would be closing, to the surprise of many. Jessica Bradley speaks about this decision and her future plans.

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7 Great Summer Art Reads

Reading is a summer requirement. Here, we select some recent publications that make unlikely beach reads, but we’d recommend them all the same.

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Luminato Festival 2015: The Visual-Art Edit

Luminato Festival is just around the corner, this year with an emphasis on homegrown talent. Here is our visual-art edit of the festival’s offerings.

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Geoffrey Farmer’s Salvage Economy

Following his international success at the 2012 Documenta, Geoffrey Farmer talks to Amy Luo about his mid-career survey at the Vancouver Art Gallery.

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Canadian Art at the 2015 Venice Biennale

A roundup of our coverage of the 56th Venice Biennale, including a review of Okwui Enwezor’s “All the World’s Futures,” BGL’s Canada Pavilion and more.

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Caroline Andrieux: Build and They Will Come

Caroline Andrieux, the French-born curator and founder and artistic director of Montreal’s Darling Foundry, always finds a way to make big things happen.

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Benoit Aquin: Surface and Catastrophe

Although Benoit Aquin’s images might seem to belong to the realm of photojournalism, a closer look reveals Aquin’s intense concern for the world.

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Ydessa Hendeles and the Articulate Manikin

In her recent show at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, Ydessa Hendeles used manikins, dolls and other figures to open up ways of looking.

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Tricia Middleton: Exquisite Collapse

Tricia Middleton pushes her materials to the brink, creating a collection of “precarious things about precarious situations.”

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R.M. Vaughan is Bright Eyed: Insomnia and Art

R.M. Vaughan discusses his new book, which traces the increasing prevalence of insomnia and argues that it is affecting our health and our art.

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