Get up-to-date reports on Canada’s art-scene news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as they happen.
This week, the Illingworth Kerr Gallery faces change, Michael Audain and Yoshiko Karasawa were honoured by the NGC and Emily Carr ephemera goes on auction.
Originally from the West Coast, Jaclyn Bruneau has won the national prize aimed at nurturing new critical and editorial talent.
This week, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery announced their expansion plans, the Remai Modern found a curator and the Aimia scholarship recipients were revealed.
This week, a Canadian-born artist was nominated for the Turner Prize, Basquiat made attendance records and an artist stirred political controversy.
This week, Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver celebrated its 50th anniversary, Angela Grauerholz took home the SPA, Venice funding got a boost and more.
Angela Grauerholz has won the fifth-annual Scotiabank Photography Award.
This week, the AIMIA Prize longlist was announced, the Art Gallery of Mississauga hired a curator and the MMFA topped polls of visitor figures.
This week, AGAC announced staff changes at Papier and Feature art fairs, painter Karin Davie was lauded and the federal budget disappointed.
This week, the Sobey Art Award longlist was announced, Simon Brault discussed the Canada Council for the Arts’ future and the Beaverbrook hired a curator.
This week, the AGGV hired a new curator, Matthew Teitelbaum announced his departure from the AGO and the McCord Museum’s Notman Collection received support.