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This Is Your Brain on Jeremy Shaw

Jeremy Shaw gets visitors’ pulses racing at Vancouver’s Contemporary Art Gallery, where he delves into the futuristic world of Quantum Humans.

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6 STREET : SOTEEOH SOLO

This contemporary exhibition explores a current digital street photography movement from a uniquely Toronto perspective. A blend of design, architecture, urban grit, cityscapes, and street fashion…

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15 Painters : Group Show

From April 16-22nd Project Gallery will host a pop-up preview exhibition of standout artworks by 15 Toronto-based painters who are on the rise. Each artist is being featured in an upcoming solo or…

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Frank Rodick : Everything Will Be Forgotten

“In 2010, the artist’s mother, Frances Rodick, died after living with progressively worsening dementia for over fifteen years. Her death, and the personal explorations that followed, led to…

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Akihiko Miyoshi: CMYKRGB

Circuit Gallery present’s ‘CMYKRGB’, an exhibition of new abstract photographic and installation work by Portland Oregon based artist Akihiko Miyoshi. In this latest work, Miyoshi…

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Krista Buecking at Susan Hobbs: A Critic’s View

Amy Luo visits Krista Buecking’s solo exhibition at Susan Hobbs Gallery in Toronto, and asks whether an awareness of market culture can count as critique.

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News in Brief: Hamilton Funding Increase, Governor General’s Awards, CARFAC Changes

This week, the Art Gallery of Windsor received a donation, Hamilton councillors increased art funding and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery’s CEO departed.

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Must-Sees This Week: March 26 to April 1, 2015

Great exhibitions are opening across Canada this week. Here are our best bets.

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Taras Polataiko: Reflecting or Endorsing War?

Ahead of Taras Polataiko’s new exhibition in Calgary, Jeffrey Spalding considers the depictions of soldiers and questions their implicit endorsement.

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A Panel Talk – Writing for the Arts

A discussion of the current challenges and changes that writing for the arts present. Panelists: 1) Gabrielle Moser is a writer and independent curator. She regularly contributes to Artforum.com, and

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