The famed American painter could create a world just as well as she could capture one. A new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario shows how.
Found photos, urban bouquets, decolonial interventions and much more—here’s what to catch at Toronto’s month-long, city-wide event.
Columns by Richard William Hill about Indigenous art receive one nomination; the other is for general excellence in digital publishing.
It’s about time for the Indigenous art canon to create a space for gender-variant and sexually diverse voices. They’ve been mostly excluded for decades.
Pot is more visible than ever in North American pop culture. And it’s reaching into contemporary art, too.
An article on Kathy Acker’s time in Toronto has been nominated in the Feature Writing category of this year’s National Magazine Awards.