When I looked at Canadian Art’s recent article “What to See in 2020,” I saw nothing from the Atlantic or the North. In response, here are my suggestions, as a Halifax-based curator, of what to see
VOX, Centre de l'image contemporaine, September 13 to December 15, 2018
Picture an island where artists make the rules, are paid well, and can create, disrupt, and take breaks to go swimming. That’s the artist-run Flotilla.
From our Fall 2017 issue, themed on “The Idea of History”: A national survey of 10 artists whose works look back while looking ahead.
This summer, Halifax art ebbs and flows with themes of movement and return.
Immersive environments, achieved either through excess or extreme paring down, are dominating Halifax’s art scene at the moment, writes Amanda Shore.
In Halifax, galleries have also become sanctuaries and gathering places, featuring exhibitions that deal with grief and commemoration.