In their first major solo exhibition—and on the verge of a Berlinale spotlight—artist duo Bambitchell studies the aesthetics of camouflage.
Searching for portraiture in the archives of the Komagata Maru.
Rookie magazine contributors Tova Benjamin and Kendra Yee work with personal correspondence to collaborate on a Toronto exhibition.
“Yonder,” at the University of Waterloo Art Gallery, sees diasporic Canadian artists consider the landscape as a space for loss, identity and flight.
“Welcome to Blackhurst” is a unique group exhibition that pays tribute to the life of Toronto’s black diaspora. Find out more in this curator interview.
Two recent Toronto exhibitions show how screens can both fracture identity and become tools for reflection and connection.