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Dancing on the Border

With upcoming performances in Vancouver and Toronto, Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa talks about the multiple locations of his work

Shannon Bool

Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto, November 1, 2018 to January 19, 2019

An Exit Interview with Marc Mayer

An Exit Interview with Marc Mayer

This week, Marc Mayer steps down after a decade as director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada. Here, he reflects on shifting institutional landscapes and a tenure marked by big changes and, at times, big controversies

Why Have There Been No Great Black Canadian Women Artists?

Why Have There Been No Great Black Canadian Women Artists?

Spoiler alert: there have been—they just don't get exhibitions

For Love or Money

For Love or Money

According to Canada Revenue, an artist is either a professional or a hobbyist—which raises broader questions about how art should be valued

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ACAD Becomes Alberta University of the Arts

ACAD Becomes Alberta University of the Arts

The name shift reflects the school’s new university status. It has long been Alberta’s only degree-granting institution focused on art, craft and design

Whose Community Is It?

Whose Community Is It?

Gentrification and immigration are changing Chinatowns across Canada. In this interview, Henry Heng Lu asks artists Morris Lum and Karen Tam about how Chinese identities are evolving as a result

10 Artists Who Use Pleasure to Defy and Subvert

10 Artists Who Use Pleasure to Defy and Subvert

Body alteration, boyfriend tees, and beaded cushions are some of the mediums they work with

What to See in 2019

What to See in 2019

Our editors round up 2019’s most anticipated exhibitions and events

A Year in NDN Art

A Year in NDN Art

Our generation of queer and trans fem creators are sick of working within industry structures of scarcity and cruelty—we just want to make work for the people we love

A Year in Black Art

A Year in Black Art

Concerns about intimacy, world making, security and survival are necessary to considerations of Black life and how we think about work by Black artists

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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 Jennifer Rose Sciarrino

Toronto artist Jennifer Rose Sciarrino blends equal parts research and speculative fiction in her projects—see more in this studio visit.

In the Studio with Jennifer Rose Sciarrino

Toronto artist Jennifer Rose Sciarrino blends equal parts research and speculative fiction in her projects—see more in this studio visit.

In the Studio with Kent Monkman

“I wanted to address history painting directly with these narratives—these missing narratives—from art history that speak about Indigenous experience.”

In the Studio with Kent Monkman

“I wanted to address history painting directly with these narratives—these missing narratives—from art history that speak about Indigenous experience.”

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Ian Carr-Harris: Theoris: a paradox

Ian Carr-Harris: Theoris: a paradox

Susan Hobbs Gallery, 137 Tecumseth Street, Toronto ON
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Contact / drink

Contact / drink

Neutral Ground ARC, 1835 Scarth Street, Regina SK

The Prairie Rose Won’t Mourn Us

The Prairie Rose Won’t Mourn Us

Zalucky Contemporary, 3044 Dundas Street West, Toronto ON
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Of Individuals and Places: Photographs from the Lazare Collection

Of Individuals and Places: Photographs from the Lazare Collection

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA), 1380 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal QC

Bon appétit! Contemporary Foodware Designs in Quebec

Bon appétit! Contemporary Foodware Designs in Quebec

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1380 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal QC

The Boat <br>Project/everythingwillbefine

The Boat
Project/everythingwillbefine

McMaster Museum of Art, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton ON