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.

Fall 2014
Special issue: 30 Years

On newsstands September 15 to December 14, 2014


Three decades in the art world
by Richard Rhodes

Pulse Taker
Sarah Thornton and the state of art
by Dea Vanagan

Nicholas Pye and Sheila Pye, together and apart
by R.M. Vaughan

After the Fall
Christos Dikeakos and the changing landscape of the Okanagan
by Robin Laurence

Infinite Playlist
Eleanor King has an ear for objects
by Sarah Fillmore

Sugar and Grit
Sonny Assu’s complex mix of cultures
by Tanya Harnett

Islamic Treasure House
The Aga Khan Museum opens its doors in Toronto
by John Bentley Mays


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


Recent art books and catalogues


Ydessa Hendles Art Foundation: Once Upon a Time
by Richard Rhodes


Scene Makers
by Canadian Art


Douglas Coupland
by Clint Burnham

Rita McKeough
by Joan Borsa

Wil Murray
by Bill Clarke

Joshua Schwebel
by Marcus Miller

“Storytelling: The Contemporary Native Art Biennial”
by Emily Falvey

Theo Sims
by Stuart Reid

Ursula Johnson
by Daniel Joyce

“5 over 4”
by Ben Portis



The First One
by Susan Walker

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