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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.

Frida Kahlo’s Photos are Coming to Canada

This will be the first time for Canadian Kahlo fans to get a look at her photo collection, which was kept private for decades after her death.

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Ticketing Chaos Hits AGO’s Kusama Show

Four hours. Six hours. More than twelve hours. This is how long many Art Gallery of Ontario members had to wait online to buy tickets for “Infinity Mirrors.”

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Inuit Art Collective Isuma to Represent Canada at 2019 Venice Biennale

Isuma’s films include Cannes Caméra d’Or winner Atanarjuat (The Fast Runner) and the world’s first Haida-language feature, now in production.

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News in Brief: Nuit Blanche Embraces the Suburbs and More

Plus: A new home for Canada’s only public gallery devoted to contemporary Asian art and dates for an Indigenous art biennial.

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The Miami Connection

Miami Art Week has more fairs and events than ever this year. Here are some of the Canadian artists and gallerists that will be represented.

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Hank Willis Thomas Wins Aimia | AGO Photography Prize

Thomas, who has been called “America’s great protest artist,” wins $50,000 in Toronto-based award competition decided by popular vote.

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News in Brief: Another Public Art Scandal in Calgary and More

Derek Besant finally apologizes for unauthorized photo use. Plus: OAAG Awards released and artists are concerned about underfunding in Toronto and Quebec.

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Tiny Art Houses Stand Up to Pipeline

This week, artists Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch participated in the Tiny House Warriors project, which puts art-covered homes in path of a pipeline.

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News in Brief: New Money for PEI Artists and More

PEI’s provincial government will spend an additional $3.5 million on arts and culture under a new action plan. Plus: Remembering Ron Noganosh and mulling a new biennial.

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A $5 Million Art Fraud

A suit filed in Quebec Superior Court claims that Phi Centre’s former president defrauded it—and its founder Phoebe Greenberg—of some $5 million.

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Fall Auctions Test International Waters

Toronto isn’t exactly an international art-market hub, but at least one auction house is trying to keep the dream alive.

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Unmasking Rape Culture

The exhibition “20 Minutes of Action,” and a related conference, shed light on sexual violence within and beyond the white cube.

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