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 2015

On newsstands September 15, 2015, to December 14, 2015


In Front of One’s Nose
Raymond Boisjoly and the art of learning
by Jesse McKee

Internet Explorer
Jon Rafman, archivist of failed online utopias
by Murray Whyte

Whistler Wonders
Michael Audain builds a museum
by Robin Laurence

One and Many
Nadia Myre fuses the personal and political
by Emily Falvey

James Carl finds original form
by Ann Ireland

Eyes Front
JR reclaims public space
by Caoimhe Morgan-Feir

Macrocosm Microcosm
Christina Mackie’s extended range of vision
by Nancy Tousley


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


Recent art books and catalogues


Click Performance: Jeremy Bailey
by Alison Cooley


Rust of Antiquity: Jock Macdonald 
by Gary Michael Dault


Civic Pride: Main Street Studio
by Maeve Hanna


Stephen Andrews
by Jon Davies

Robert Arndt
by Clint Burnham

by Nancy Tousley

The Rebel Yells: Dress and Political Re-Dress in Contemporary Indigenous Art
by Natasha Chaykowski

“Are You Experienced?
by Chris Hampton

by Rebecca Travis


In Praise of Preparators 
by Andrew Kear

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