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An Enduring Legacy

On the occasion of a new exhibition of works by John Heward in Montreal, artist Stéphane La Rue reflects on the force and elegance of an artist who takes risks and never looks back

Gerald Ferguson

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, September 15, 2018, to January 13, 2019

When Oil Is Our Lifeblood

When Oil Is Our Lifeblood

Three Alberta art practices that bear witness

Site and Non-Site, Place and Process

Site and Non-Site, Place and Process

As Edmonton continues to grow its public art program, writer Daisy Charles reflects on an earlier era of conceptual art in the city

Ethics Beyond Language

Ethics Beyond Language

An artist's appropriation of poet M. NourbeSe Philip's conceptual poem Zong!—celebrated worldwide but barely known in Canada—perpetuates the violence that the poem retells

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Then and Now

Then and Now

Our 1969 foray into the Arctic was, in hindsight, an intellectual adventure—a naively colonialist art-scouting trip. It was also an eye-opener

I Am the Artist Amongst My People

I Am the Artist Amongst My People

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson catches up with curator Wanda Nanibush and artist Rebecca Belmore to talk about Belmore's new Art Gallery of Ontario show, and the act of making monuments in the presence of community

The Politics of Preference

The Politics of Preference

Two recent exhibitions in São Paulo explore ideas of affinity

Stephen Waddell

Stephen Waddell

Monte Clark Gallery, Vancouver, September 6 to October 6, 2018

10 Artists Who Work with Changing Environments

10 Artists Who Work with Changing Environments

Earthworks and paintings, landscapes and ceramics—none are seen as static by this group of creators

Why Art Schools Need More Socially Engaged Art

Why Art Schools Need More Socially Engaged Art

Socially engaged art isn't just a subject for a course—it's a way to radically transform the role and potential of the art school

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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

In the Studio with Rajni Perera

See how references to Japanese animation, Indian miniaturism and contemporary fashion are blended in the Toronto artist’s meticulously painted work

In the Studio with Rajni Perera

See how references to Japanese animation, Indian miniaturism and contemporary fashion are blended in the Toronto artist’s meticulously painted work

In the Studio with Rita McKeough

In Banff, the Governor General’s Award winner discusses her installations on violence against women, human-animal relations and environmental degradation

In the Studio with Rita McKeough

In Banff, the Governor General’s Award winner discusses her installations on violence against women, human-animal relations and environmental degradation

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Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental

Rebecca Belmore: Facing the Monumental

Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto ON
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ALCHEMY

ALCHEMY

The Chapel Gallery, 891-99th Street, North Battleford SK

Eric Cameron: Thanatos

Eric Cameron: Thanatos

TrépanierBaer Gallery, 105, 999 - 8 ST SW, Calgary AB

Amy Wong: Coming together, making space

Amy Wong: Coming together, making space

Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Suite 305, 370 King Street West K7L 2X4, Kingston ON

Le rêve aux loups

Le rêve aux loups

Foreman Art Gallery of Bishop's University, 2600 College Street, Sherbrooke QC

Heat, death

Heat, death

WAAP, 1129 East Hastings, Vancouver BC