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The jury noted that Blass’s work addresses perennial challenges in sculpture while at the same time bringing new perspectives.

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A Surrealist in the Gaspésie

In 1944, while Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, André Breton retreated to the Gaspé Peninsula. There, he wrote his landmark Arcanum 17.

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Picturing Black Masculinity

A compelling photo-based exhibition in Toronto gathers works that tackle representation and Black masculinity.

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Remembering Teto Elsiddique

Friends and colleagues remember a talented artist who died suddenly this fall, just as his work was garnering increasing acclaim.

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White Supremacists Target Anti-Monument Performance

White supremacists recently made an appearance at Life of a Craphead’s Toronto performance.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: November 16 to 22, 2017

New sculptures by Shary Boyle, going on view in Quebec City, lead our weekly roundup of top openings and art events.

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News in Brief: Kingston Prize Wins and More

It’s the first time a woman of colour has won the $20K Kingston Portrait Prize. Plus: a wheelchair-optimized art show, an Ottawa public-art spat and more.

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Major Canadian Collector Accused of Sexual Harassment

French-language newspaper La Presse publishes major exposé with multiple allegations against François Odermatt

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Canadian Art Wins COPA Gold

Thursday dispatch Canadian Art Weekly wins Best E-Newsletter for second year in a row.

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Set and Match

Simon Grenier-Poirier and Dorian Nuskind-Oder’s Speed Glue turns table tennis into performance art.

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Deuxième Déportation

Five decades after Kouchibouguac, Acadian artists bring attention to an ongoing story of expropriation ignored by most of Canada.

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Reimagining the Art Symposium

Aliya Pabani reflects on the recent Primary Colours gathering, which brought together artists, academics and critics of colour from across the country.

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Reviews
A Compass That Points True

The exhibition “Morning Star“ celebrates Indigenous agency and kinship networks in the arts community.

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Wood Land School: Drawing a Line from January to December
Jan 21 2017 TO Dec 16 2017
SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art (Montreal)
Cathy Busby: WE CALL
May 20 2017 TO Apr 28 2018
Teck Gallery (Vancouver)
Amazonia: The Rights of Nature
Mar 10 2017 TO Jan 28 2018
Museum of Anthropology at UBC (Vancouver)
Spirit of Christmas Art Show and Sale
Nov 17 2017 TO Dec 21 2017
Okotoks Art Gallery (OAG) (Okotoks)
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Sep 24 2017 TO Dec 30 2017
Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens ()
Tamara Henderson: Seasons End: Marshland Frolics
Sep 24 2017 TO Dec 30 2017
Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square (Oakville)
The Writing on the Wall: Works of Dr. Joane Cardinal-Schubert, RCA
Sep 21 2017 TO Dec 16 2017
Nickle Galleries (Calgary)
A CULTIVATING JOURNEY: The Herman H. Levy Legacy
Sep 1 2017 TO Dec 9 2017
McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton)
WINE, WATER, AND OIL: Domestic Vessels from the Greek & Roman World
Aug 12 2017 TO Apr 28 2018
McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton)

LEISURE: NARRATIVE NO. 9
Jan 18 2017 TO Dec 5 2017
The Rooms (St. John's)
In a Different Light: Reflecting on Northwest Coast Art
Jun 22 2017 TO May 1 2019
Museum of Anthropology ()
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Sep 16 2017 TO Nov 26 2017
Oeno Gallery (Prince Edward)
Fermenting Feminism
Sep 14 2017 TO Nov 26 2017
Critical Distance Centre for Curators (Toronto)
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