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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.

Bridget Moser‘s Top Tabs

Bridget Moser shares a few of her favourite links: Benedict Cumberbatch’s Amazon Wish List, old Wikipedia articles and an aggregate of Craigslist mirrors.

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CBC’s Crash Gallery: We Watched It and It’s Weird

CBC premiered its new reality-tv show Crash Gallery this weekend. A few of our editors discuss the show’s strange format and deeply Canadian feel.

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JR Reclaims Public Space

Famed street artist JR speaks about his working process, artistic references and wide travels ahead of his project in Toronto’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche.

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The New Vancouver Art Gallery: A Generous Building

Kathleen Bartels and Christine Binswanger discuss Herzog & de Meuron’s design for the Vancouver Art Gallery, funding matters and the public’s reaction.

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5 Things We Want to See at Toronto’s Nuit Blanche

The 10th-annual dusk-til-dawn event hits Toronto this Saturday. Here, our editors’ best bets.

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Get to Know Your AIMIA Finalists

Before voting on the $50,000 AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, get to know the international finalists—then view their work at the AGO. [Sponsored.]

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Eric Fischl Interviewed: Art’s Bad Boy Looks Back

Famed American artist Eric Fischl reflects on the legacy of his 9/11 works 14 years after the tragedy and discusses the state of contemporary art-making.

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Toronto Gallery Hop Begins This Weekend

Gallery Hop Toronto: Saturday, September 26 and Sunday, September 27, 2015 ART. TALKS. TOURS. SEPTEMBER 26-27, 2015 Join us at the Canadian Art Foundation’s Toronto Gallery Hop, presented in…

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The Canadian Art Foundation’s 20th Gala in Pictures

Event photographs from the Canadian Art Foundation‘s 20th anniversary Gala at the Carlu in Toronto.

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Samuel Roy-Bois Spreads the Love for Œil de Poisson’s 30th Anniversary

Samuel Roy-Bois marked Quebec City artist-run centre Œil de Poisson’s 30th anniversary by creating an artsy pyramid scheme. Isa Tousignant reports.

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Are Artist-Run Centres Still Relevant? Part Two

Can the artist-run centre survive in a digital, thoroughly international millennial artworld? Part two of our cross-country survey.

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Video: The Canadian Art Foundation Can’t Do Without You

On September 17, 2015, Canadian Art welcomed more than 650 guests to the Carlu for the 20th anniversary of our annual Gala.

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