Canadian Art is Canada's most widely read art magazine, released quarterly since Fall 1984. Published by a not-for-profit charitable foundation, Canadian Art features our nation’s top writers exploring the artists and exhibitions that shape our contemporary scene. Browse selections from our current issue, the full content of recent issues, and our complete covers and cover stories reaching back over 30 years—or subscribe now to get each new issue delivered straight to your mailbox or tablet.

Spring 2015

On newsstands March 15, 2015, to June 14, 2015


Legacy: Emily Carr
Dulwich celebrates a pioneer
by Robin Laurence

Exquisite Collapse
Tricia Middleton pushes materials to the brink
by Chris Hampton

Canada’s Biennale
Montreal’s star-making machine
by Nancy Tousley

Four Portraits
Quebec’s art stars fromthe Biennale de Montréal
by Canadian Art

Depanneurs and Gondolas
BGL at the Venice Biennale
by Isa Tousignant

Surface and Catastrophe
Benoit Aquin’s gentle eye for disaster
by Olivier Asselin

Pop Cultist
Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf’s dynamic localism
by Zoë Tousignant

Build and They Will Come
Caroline Andrieux and the making of an art scene
by Bryne McLaughlin


A national and international roundup of the season’s best exhibitions


Recent art books and catalogues


Stacey Tyrell: Skin Deep
by Simon Lewsen


Eli Bornowsky
by Aaron Peck

Bill Burns
by Alison Cooley

Anthony Burnham
by Iliana Antonova

by Anne Dymond

Gina Rorai
by E.C. Woodley

Shary Boyle and Emily Vey Duke
by Maeve Hanna

Stanley Kubrick
by Michael Vass

Wendy Coburn
by Daniel Joyce


Wendy’s Guide to Making Award-Winning Work
by Walter Scott

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Past Issues

Winter 2015
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Special issue: 30 Years
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