Reviews

The Vancouver Art Gallery has taken a curiously divided approach to exhibiting painting over the course of 2017—an approach that reflects wider unease.

News
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
Assault Allegations in the Halifax Arts Scene

The often close-knit Halifax arts community is grappling with how to best respond to allegations of assault by a former AFCOOP staffer.

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News
News in Brief: OCADU Designates Indigenous Positions and More

OCADU, in a new open call for Indigenous applicants, is prioritizing hiring individuals who self-identify as Indigenous, First Nations (status, non-status, treaty or non-treaty), Métis, Inuit

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: December 14 to 20, 2017

Two outdoor projections are due to light up winter nights soon at the new Ottawa Art Gallery. Find out more at an event on December 15.

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News
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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Reviews
Out from among the Tranquil Woods

Using fungi, insects and pearls in innovative ways, artist Xiaojing Yan connects Chinese myths with Canadian suburbs.

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News
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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Reviews
Halifax Report: What Makes a Gallery?

These three Halifax organizations are changing perceptions of what an art space can be.

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Features
Eddie and Me

Thinking about the conception, financing, and journey of the King Edward VII statue as a way to understand the ravages of colonialism.

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Features
Living with Crisis

Art, anxiety and vulnerability in the age of late capitalism.

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Reviews
VR and the Failure of Self-Help Technology

A virtual-reality art exhibition in Toronto reveals that even the most complex technologies can’t solve the riddles of human emotion.

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News
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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Exhibitions happening now in Canada

Wood Land School: Drawing a Line from January to December
Jan 21 2017 TO Dec 16 2017
SBC Gallery of Contemporary Art (Montreal)
Amazonia: The Rights of Nature
Mar 10 2017 TO Jan 28 2018
Museum of Anthropology at UBC (Vancouver)
WINE, WATER, AND OIL: Domestic Vessels from the Greek & Roman World
Aug 12 2017 TO Apr 28 2018
McMaster Museum of Art (Hamilton)
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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)
Spirit of Christmas Art Show and Sale
Nov 17 2017 TO Dec 21 2017
Okotoks Art Gallery (OAG) (Okotoks)

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