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The Shoreline Dilemma

Located on a Great Lake shoreline many kilometres long, the Toronto Biennial asks: How do we listen and learn from the lake? It’s a complicated question with no simple answer

Phantoms of Post-Coloniality

“The gazes in my paintings are not accidental.” Senegalese artist Omar Ba speaks with Montreal-based scholar James Oscar about hauntings and ghosts, frequencies and repetition, and the politics of painting now

Blackface, Brownface and Redface in the Arts: A Bibliography

Blackface, Brownface and Redface in the Arts: A Bibliography

Exhibition highlights the history of racism in Canadian nation-building

Before I Was a Critic I Was a Human Being

Before I Was a Critic I Was a Human Being

Amy Fung, Book*hug and Artspeak Gallery, 2019

Toronto Biennial of Art

Toronto Biennial of Art

Exhibition and programs showcase a range of work by artists from Canada and around the globe

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The Skylight Caper

The Skylight Caper

One of the world's greatest unsolved art thefts happened in Montreal in 1972. And its mystery continues

Jesse Tungilik

Jesse Tungilik

Concordia University, Milieux Lounge, Montreal, April 2019

Daniel Giordano

Daniel Giordano

Wil Aballe Art Projects, Vancouver, July 25 to August 24, 2019

Off the Wall

Off the Wall

A national survey of 10 artists who take painting outside the frame

Outer Limits

Outer Limits

A conversation between artists Marie-Claire Blais, Julie Trudel and Caroline Monnet about the edges of space, colour, material and tradition in practices that push painting beyond control

“The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture”

“The Way She Looks: A History of Female Gazes in African Portraiture”

Sandrine Colard, artistic director of the upcoming Lubumbashi Biennale and guest curator of a new exhibition of African photography at the Ryerson Image Centre, discusses the shifting dynamics between female sitters and their photographers

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In the Studio with Curtis Talwst Santiago

The Edmonton-born artist talks about the relationship between music and art, the themes that inform his practice and his new project for the Toronto Biennial of Art

In the Studio with Curtis Talwst Santiago

The Edmonton-born artist talks about the relationship between music and art, the themes that inform his practice and his new project for the Toronto Biennial of Art

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

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”

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Rah: SuperNova

Rah: SuperNova

Carleton University Art Gallery, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa ON

Nadia Belerique: There’s A Hole In The Bucket

Nadia Belerique: There’s A Hole In The Bucket

Daniel Faria Gallery, 188 St Helens Avenue, Toronto ON

MEHMOON | REZA REZAÏ

MEHMOON | REZA REZAÏ

TRUCK Contemporary Art, 2009 10th Avenue SW, Calgary AB

A materialist history of contagion

A materialist history of contagion

Walter Phillips Gallery, 107 Tunnel Mountain Drive, Banff AB
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KINE-POETICS/CINÉ-POÉTIQUES: Queer & Trans Music As a Means of Survival

KINE-POETICS/CINÉ-POÉTIQUES: Queer & Trans Music As a Means of Survival

articule, 262 ave Fairmount Ouest, Montreal QC

Cannupa Hanska Luger: Every One / Kali Spitzer: Sister

Cannupa Hanska Luger: Every One / Kali Spitzer: Sister

Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen’s Park, Toronto ON