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On Saturday, “Unceded: Voices of the Land”—presented by Douglas Cardinal—opens to the public at the Venice Architecture Biennale. Get a preview here.

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A Conversation with Ben Lerner

“The art world likes to think of itself as very ‘other’ to the excess of the Trump-ish gilded age,” says the renowned author and critic, “but of course it’s totally part of it.”

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News in Brief: Canadian Museum Attendance Surges and More

More Canadians are visiting galleries and museums than ever, says a new study. Plus: treaty-based public art, lots of new curatorial hires and more.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: May 24 to 30, 2018

A Métis art survey in Edmonton, a landmark Rafael Lozano-Hemmer show in Montreal, and a Feminist Land Art Retreat foray in Vancouver all make the list.

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Features
What Do We Mean by #QueerIndigenousEthics?

Billy-Ray Belcourt and Lindsay Nixon discuss the ways in which queer and trans Indigenous folks enact another kind of art and theory.

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Reviews
Law and Disorder

Vancouver artist Scott Billings makes sculpture from the macabre, yet strangely flat, world of computer simulations and TV procedurals.

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Features
Dirty Words: Interesting

“Interesting” might be a vague, meaningless way to describe art. It might also be at the heart of how art is given value, and is made political.

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Features
Multiple Views: A Conversation with Ho Tam

Prolific artist Ho Tam has worked across painting, photography, film and publishing—not to mention in advertising and community psychiatry. Here Tam provides insight into his work and process.

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Musqueam Artist Susan Point Wins $30K Audain Prize

Lifetime achievement award honours Point as a key figure in re-establishing the vitality of Salish art.

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Features
Dirty Words: Appropriation

Aylan Couchie, Raven Davis and Chief Lady Bird address the emotional fallout of cultural appropriation in a conversation moderated by Lindsay Nixon.

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News in Brief: A Push for Indigenous Museum Repatriation and More

Plus: Curators announced for the first Toronto Biennial, and arts leaders recognized with the Order of Canada.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: May 17 to 23, 2018

Paintings by Camille Pissarro, Berthe Morisot, Camille Corot, Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne (to name but a few) go on view tomorrow in “Impressionist Treasures” at the National Gallery of…

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Reviews
A Rhythmic Call to Arms

Rita McKeough’s immersive installation “Veins” is unambiguous about its environmental concerns.

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