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Presentation House Announces Name Change and Major Gift

Vancouver’s Presentation House Gallery reveals a $4 million lead gift towards its new building and an accompanying name change, both projected for 2017.

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Ursula Johnson: Traditions and Transformations

Ursula Johnson transforms and preserves traditional Mi’kmaq art and craft in her touring exhibition, “Mi’kwite’tmn (Do You Remember).” Daniel Joyce reviews.

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Loop Gallery
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Artists Reach Trial Agreement with Nat’l Gallery

Following more than a decade of negotiation and litigation, the National Gallery of Canada is close to reaching an agreement with key artist groups on fees.

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Will Kwan Tours Multiculturalism’s Flaws in Toronto

Has multiculturalism failed? Toronto artist Will Kwan looks at what drives certain forms of Canadian racism in his latest video. Amy Luo reviews.

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Nadia Myre
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Lauren Nurse: Cold Comfort

Lauren Nurse’s work is rooted in magic, myth and ritual and how they invoke a level of human intervention and a certain type of bargaining with the world. Her multimedia exhibition “Cold…

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Video Art Therapy II: Videopsychotherapy : Brian MacDonald

Victoria artist Brian MacDonald launches “Video Art Therapy #2: Videopyschotherapy,” an interactive media installation that splices together his interest in psychology and technology….

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Eli Bornowsky: All is Unmentionable, Up in the Air

“All is Unmentionable, Up in the Air” features Vancouver-based artist Eli Bornowsky’s abstract paintings, a number of large canvas ‘doubles’ which mirror each other with their…

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Ralph Gibson: Photographs

Galerie Samuel Lallouz presents the first solo exhibition of renowned American photographer Ralph Gibson. “Photographs” offers some sixty works spanning Gibson’s lengthy photographic…

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Luc Paradis: Simultaneous Displays

Comprised of a collection of paintings, sculptures and works on paper, “Simultaneous Displays” by Luc Paradis playfully addresses the process of staging, as well as the viewer’s…

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