How Tlingit artist Alison Marks challenged colonial gender roles and expectations in her recent exhibition “One Gray Hair.”
The National Gallery is selling off a $6-million Chagall for new acquisition funds, and many are remembering a woman who broke ground for Black artists at OCAD.
The peer-reviewed award aims to recognize the achievements of established mid-to-late-career photo-based artists.
The $15,000 award recognizes a mid-career visual artist and is designed to fund research activities related to their artistic practice.
Plus: a massive Indigenous-art billboard project, Maud Lewis redux, Vancouver’s art-gentrification resistance, a break-in at the Khyber and feminist critique at Images.