Spoiler alert: you won’t. But Nadia Gohar’s exhibition “Foundation Deposits” makes an earnest attempt
How did Paul Maréchal become one of the world’s biggest collectors of Warhol’s printed matter? It all began with a Paul Anka album, and a dream
On the occasion of his new Canadian survey, the Montreal-based interactive-art pioneer talks about his love of Agnes Martin, his melding of bytes with Bach, his grapplings with public-art censorship and more
A Conversation with award-winning author and critic Ben Lerner about his craft, his observations on art, and the peculiarities of the art world
Prolific artist Ho Tam has worked across painting, photography, film and publishing—not to mention in advertising and community psychiatry. Here Tam provides insight into his work and process.
An installation by the prolific Toronto artist was awarded the Frame Prize at Frieze New York this past week.
As her career retrospective debuts in Toronto, Shelley Niro sits down to talk about Indigenous femininities, picking berries, and the sometimes-tricky ratio between darkroom work and family time
The Montreal musician talks about her move into the art world and her stance on Afrofuturism.
The Russian-Ghanaian analog photographer takes an ethical approach to issues of representation and archive.
In a career-spanning interview, the artist reflects on how her 1980s reshoots of fashion-magazine editorials have found a new audience in Canada and internationally.