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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.

Editor’s Edit: Drilldowns, Money and the Word

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

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Marie Watt Returns to the National Gallery of Canada

Portland-based Seneca artist Marie Watt discusses her multidisciplinary way of working, and using objects that evoke different connotations across borders.

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Taras Polataiko on Conflict and Art in Eastern Ukraine

Ukrainian-Canadian artist Taras Polataiko speaks about the current cultural climate in Eastern Ukraine, where conflict largely overshadows art-making.

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Mathieu Beauséjour Discusses his Canadian Career

Although he has garnered international success, Montreal-based multimedia artist Mathieu Beauséjour remains virtually unknown in English Canada—for now.

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Editor’s Edit: Highlights from Recent Web Stories

This week on the web: a selection of pull quotes from the articles, reviews and interviews published on our website.

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Audain Art Museum Hires Curator Darrin Martens

The Audain Art Museum recently hired Darrin Martens as chief curator. He speaks about his plans for the museum, its unique role and his future programming.

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Unnoticed Truths: Zin Taylor’s European Adventure

Brussels-based Canadian artist Zin Taylor explores unexpected histories of alignments, ending up in the most surprising places.

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Six Great Spring Art Reads

The new year brings freshly released books. Here are some recent publications we recommend.

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Curating Basquiat: A Conversation with Dieter Buchhart

Ahead of the AGO’s exhibition “Jean-Michel Basquiat: Now’s the Time,” Buchhart discusses evaluating the late artist’s work, and resisting his celebrity.

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Simon Starling Delivers “Metamorphology” to Montreal

Ahead of his Montreal survey show, Simon Starling talks to David Balzer about revisiting past projects, and avoiding the spotlight.

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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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