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8 Stories to Watch at Canada’s Fall Auctions

Canada’s fall art auctions kick into high gear on November 24. Here are eight things to keep tabs on as the hammer falls.

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Pablo Sigg: I, Of Whom I Know Nothing

Mexican artist Pablo Sigg’s film I, Of Whom I Know Nothing will be screened on November 22 at 5 p.m. at the Cinémathèque québécoise, as well as daily at SBC Gallery from November 25 to 29.

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Future Summit

Part of the Biennale de Montréal, the Future Summit aims to foster the emergence of unexpected ideas through a combination of fast-paced presentation, lectures and exploratory discussions. Speakers…

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Art in the Language: Conversation with Robert Houle

Artist Robert Houle, elders Shirley Williams and Edna Manitowabi, curators Andrew Hunter and Wanda Nanibush, drummer Thunder Jack and the Red Spirit Singers and Dancers, and jingle dress dancers…

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Hanging Out in Deephaven

Deephaven is a place imagined by Sarah Orne Jewett in her 19th century novel of the same name, where age trespasses the confines of the body, and multiple versions of self intermingle through unfixed

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Tegan Moore: Specs

In MKG127’s Front Space, Tegan Moore presents Specs, an exhibition of new work that is an extension of her material investigations into how weather and climate control is consumed and mitigated.

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Liss Platt: dis/order

Multimedia artist Liss Platt’s second solo show at MKG127 represents a continuation of her interest in bringing elements of the everyday, along with personal and autobiographical content, into an…

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They Choose You: A Mixer For Adoptable Cats and People!

Organized by Melanie Lowe, “They Choose You” will feature adoptable rescue cats from Toronto Cat Rescue. It is art as activism, sincere and absurd at the same time, with a motive…

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Aspen Magazine: 1965–1971

Well before the advent of Tumblr, artists turned to magazines to distribute their work and to dialogue across distances; one of the most influential was Aspen, which ran from 1965 to 1971 and…

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Shimabuku: When Sky Was Sea

“When Sky Was Sea” is the first large-scale survey exhibition in North America of work by renowned Japanese artist Shimabuku. Demonstrating the breadth of the artist’s practice, works…

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Bill Laing: Chord/Time

“Chord/Time” is an intimate exhibition that showcases Bill Laing’s return to etching. Wonderfully intricate and deeply poetic, these small scale works are like individual novellas…

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