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Covidian Catastrophes

I think of the virus, invisible to the naked eye, which has wreaked such havoc in such an achingly short time, and see the parallel with another virus, albeit metaphorical—the virus of greed that spawned that earlier global disruption and destruction of nations, peoples, cultures

Soft Power

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, October 26, 2019, to February 17, 2020

Erin Gee

Erin Gee

Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, January 24 to April 19, 2020

Xuan Ye

Xuan Ye

Pari Nadimi Gallery, Toronto, November 14, 2019, to January 25, 2020

Viewing Conditions

Viewing Conditions

In mining the stuff of the world, two artists untangle beauty from consumption and attraction from complicity

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Hidden

Hidden

Tangled Art + Disability, Toronto, January 17 to February 28, 2020

Art for Strange Times

Art for Strange Times

While we’re living and working in separation, art offers connection, distraction and ways to find ourselves anew. Here, five Canadian Art editors share what we’ve been looking at over the past week

Hannah Claus

Hannah Claus

Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, January 17 to March 13, 2020

The Weight of Inheritance

The Weight of Inheritance

In the spring of 2016, I was gifted a ton of Joyce Wieland’s marble, and with it a piece of her legacy

Sharona Franklin

Sharona Franklin

King’s Leap, New York, February 29 to March 28, 2020

Water into Fire

Water into Fire

Multidisciplinary artist Zachery Longboy made vital contributions to the canon of queer Indigenous video art. Here, he talks to filmmaker Justin Ducharme about failure, love and freedom

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In the Studio with Amanda Boulos

“I rely on painting to archive inherited ancestral knowledge,” says artist Amanda Boulos, and while on a residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, she found parallels to Beirut

In the Studio with Jamiyla Lowe

"A lot of my work can be really silly," says Lowe, "even though it's a little bit dark sometimes, it's never heavy. If I'm spending so much time with something, I want it to make me feel good."

In the Studio with Jamiyla Lowe

"A lot of my work can be really silly," says Lowe, "even though it's a little bit dark sometimes, it's never heavy. If I'm spending so much time with something, I want it to make me feel good."

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Inter-object/subject/ivity: a few reflections on math, science, & their political aesthetic
Knot Project Space: stay-at-home-web-residency program

Knot Project Space: stay-at-home-web-residency program

SAW Video, 2 Daly Avenue, Ottawa ON

WAG@Home – My Daily Art

WAG@Home – My Daily Art

Winnipeg Art Gallery, 300 Memorial Boulevard, Winnipeg MB

Well Now WTF?

Internet, Online, Various ON
Editors' Pick

Perfumed Dreaming

Perfumed Dreaming

National Film Board , 1501 rue de Bleury, Montreal QC
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Extension of TSIMA KOHTOTSITAPIIHPA Where are you from? | Matthew Cardinal Live Performance