CURRENT ISSUE | FALL 2014
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Get up-to-date reports on Canada's art-scene news including notable appointments and gallery shifts, as well as key award announcements as
they happen.

The 2014 Biennale de Montréal: More is More

The Biennale de Montréal, on now, brings its viewers closer to the world we live in—and closer to the world we will live in, Richard Rhodes writes.

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Mona Hatoum’s Forecast for an Uncertain Future

At Montreal’s Galerie René Blouin, Mona Hatoum presents physical and geographical boundaries in a state of precariousness. Sophie Lynch reviews.

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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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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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Video: Mohamed Bourouissa Reworks Inuit Art

An Algerian-born, Paris-based artist provides an unusual take on Inuit art and the North in an exhibition currently at Toronto’s AGO, Amy Luo reports.

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Moon Room: Mysteries, Elucidated

“Moon Room,” at Narwhal in Toronto, was like the theatrical set for a play in which nighttime is always impending. Here, Alison Cooley explores its complexity.

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Kamloops’ Luminocity Paints the Town Blanche

A week-long nighttime art festival, inspired by Nuit Blanche, hints at how the Okanagan is undergoing a cultural renaissance, Michael Turner writes.

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Karen Kraven Mixes Sport With Subversion

With absurd takes on modern-day baroque, anti-counterfeiting software, and the hunting industry, Kraven tells complex stories, Iliana Antonova writes.

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Authority Defied in Montrealer’s Performance Art

Video works by Marlène Renaud-B., now on view at La Centrale in Montreal, resonate with reflections on power and its abuses, RM Vaughan writes.

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Video: Art & Craft, Nature & Culture Merge in Chimera

“Chimera” is a small exhibition at Craft Ontario that tackles a big question—where does the border between nature and culture, or art and craft, lie?

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Blue Republic Fuses Sinister & Silly, War & Wit

Art-and-life duo Anna Passakas and Radoslaw Kudlinski touch on capitalism, climate change and combat in their latest Canadian show, Amy Luo writes.

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New London, Ontario, Gallery Intrigues & Excites

Artist Kim Neudorf has curated an compelling group show for London, Ontario’s newest gallery, DNA Artspace; it’s worth a look, Kyla Brown writes.

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