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Lorna Bauer

Galerie Nicolas Robert, Montreal, October 20 to November 24, 2018

I Do See Myself

Why the figures in Oreka James’s paintings protect their privacy

Aesthetic Arousal

Aesthetic Arousal

For our Winter 2019 issue themed on Pleasure, we asked seven artists: which works of art turn you on?

Adrian Göllner

Adrian Göllner

Central Art Garage, Ottawa, September 20 to December 22, 2018

Peter Clapham Sheppard and the Group of Seven

Peter Clapham Sheppard and the Group of Seven

His paintings are in the collections of Canada’s most respected galleries, but Peter Clapham Sheppard’s name remains unknown to most Canadians

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What Images Don’t Do

What Images Don’t Do

The Anthropocene Project contains stunning views of mining, deforestation, pollution and more. But how does it normalize what humans have done to the planet?

Remove! Replace! Restore!

Remove! Replace! Restore!

I want to think about climate change outside of meteorology, and think of it instead as a form of industrial toxicity

Garry Neill Kennedy

Garry Neill Kennedy

CSA Space, Vancouver, October 9 to November 10, 2018

John Monteith

John Monteith

Taipei Contemporary Art Center, October 18 to November 3, 2018

Femmes Noires

Femmes Noires

Black American artist Mickalene Thomas talks about her solo show at the AGO and the challenges of getting Black artists and audiences into major institutions

Like No One’s Looking

Like No One’s Looking

Kandis Williams talks about the realities, challenges and excitements of being a Black person in the art world

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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 Hazel Meyer

In her installation, performance and text-based works Meyer queers our assumptions about gender and bodies—especially those usually tied to sports

In the Studio with Hazel Meyer

In her installation, performance and text-based works Meyer queers our assumptions about gender and bodies—especially those usually tied to sports

In the Studio with Darby Milbrath

Toronto artist Darby Milbrath started out in dance—and her evocative paintings and drawings still reflect the power of bodies in space.

In the Studio with Darby Milbrath

Toronto artist Darby Milbrath started out in dance—and her evocative paintings and drawings still reflect the power of bodies in space.

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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

Undying Hope for this Dangerous World: Bertrand Russell in perspective

Undying Hope for this Dangerous World: Bertrand Russell in perspective

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