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You Want Our Art but Not Our People

Dressed in regalia to support their kin at the 2019 Whitney Biennial opening, a group of NDNs experience art-world militarization first-hand

Outer Worlds

A new touring project of commissioned IMAX shorts pushes the boundaries of a medium usually reserved for commercial action cinema

Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools

Kiinalik: These Sharp Tools

Qaggiavuut, Iqaluit, Nunavut

Consignor’s Spring Auction Showcases Stunning Post-War and Historical Canadian Artwork

Consignor’s Spring Auction Showcases Stunning Post-War and Historical Canadian Artwork

May 28 Auction features rare examples by Canada’s most iconic artists throughout history

Conditions for Immersion

Conditions for Immersion

London-based artist Beatrice Gibson talks about motherhood, collectivity and process in her recent project I hope I'm Loud When I'm dead

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Chris Curreri

Chris Curreri

Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto, April 18 to June 1, 2019

Zacharias Kunuk Speaks on Isuma’s Venice Biennale Project

Zacharias Kunuk Speaks on Isuma’s Venice Biennale Project

“We plan to film live at our floe edge, from the ice and the sea, where hunters hunt seals, and broadcast halfway around the world to Venice”

Isuma Is a Cumulative Effort

Isuma Is a Cumulative Effort

How a collective continues the Inuit tradition of strength and innovation through new media

Stories Not Told

Stories Not Told

Let’s honour Annie Pootoogook’s profound work, legacy and life. But let’s also talk about Inuit art as an industry, and who is left out of institutional reconciliation

The Freedom of Existing on the Edge

The Freedom of Existing on the Edge

The influential American artist Carrie Mae Weems talks about museum collections, the art market, art criticism and Black creative practice

Send and Receive

Send and Receive

The converging shores of making and seeing, and the magic of moving hands

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In the Studio with KC Adams

“I've always jumped from medium to medium,” says this influential Indigenous artist. She adds: “There was a lot of things that we had to do for survival. I’m just merely following the footsteps of the ancestors”

In the Studio with Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour and Ryan Ferko

In this video they discuss working together and the challenges of collective authorship

In the Studio with Faraz Anoushahpour, Parastoo Anoushahpour and Ryan Ferko

In this video they discuss working together and the challenges of collective authorship

A Conversation with Brenda Draney

Viewing a Brenda Draney painting is like witnessing a dream. Here, the artist speaks about the role of small-town memory and mystery in her work

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geetha thurairajah: Migration is more momentous than ancient invasions

geetha thurairajah: Migration is more momentous than ancient invasions

Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, 101 Queen Street North, Kitchener ON

Fiona Tan: Ascent

Fiona Tan: Ascent

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1040 Moss Street, Victoria BC

David Campion and Sandra Shields: Grand Theft Terra Firma

David Campion and Sandra Shields: Grand Theft Terra Firma

Art Gallery of Peterborough, 250 Crescent Street, Peterborough ON

An Archive, But Not An Atlas: Alex Jacobs-Blum, Curtiss Randolph, Camille Rojas, Eve Tagny | Curated by Liz Ikiriko
The Vancouver Art Gallery presents “Moving Still: Performative Photography in India”
Channel 51: Igloolik – Celebrating 30 Years of Inuit Video Art

Channel 51: Igloolik – Celebrating 30 Years of Inuit Video Art

Esker Foundation, 1011 9th Avenue SE, 4th Floor, Calgary AB
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