Get up-to-date reports on Canada’s art news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as they happen.
Vancouver artist plans to address family history and intergenerational trauma through his trademark medium of found images.
This week, furor over stylistic similarities mounted on social media, Erika DeFreitas was lauded and the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie hired a director.
This week, MOCA in Toronto received a huge funding boost, a Canadian gallery announced a New York location and a Nazi-looted painting is returned.
Eleven artists from across Canada have been nominated for the 2017 award, which comes with a $50,000 prize, a major solo exhibition and a photo book deal.
Geoffrey Farmer won’t be the only artist representing Canada in Venice—the main exhibition’s roster, released today, includes several Canadian artists.
This week, a new visual identity was released for Emily Carr University, and recipients of the Canada Council’s New Chapter funds were announced.
As some artists cancel travel to a rare survey of contemporary Iranian art debuting in Toronto, their art gains renewed relevance.
This week, the departures of Daina Augaitis from the VAG and Sylvie Fortin from the BNL MTL were announced and MOCA hired a new director of programs.
A giant grain elevator in Montreal’s Old Port will be the site for Holzer’s large-scale tribute to Leonard Cohen this November.