A critic talks about her love of fanfiction—and how it changed her art writing
Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, September 29 to December 14, 2018
What demands do artists and artworks put on the air we breathe? It’s time to start thinking of galleries and museums as microclimates
Performatorium, an ambitious five-day festival of queer performance art in Regina, connects LQBTQ+ communities well beyond the Prairies.
At Trinity Square Video, Isabell Spengler traces the attraction to Niagara Falls, and the ultimate disappointment that accompanies sites of cultural myth.
In “The Disappeared," Tatiana Grigorenko and Zoë Heyn-Jones parse the vagaries of memory through photography.
Canadian performance artist Bridget Moser provides a counterpoint to facile, Alain de Botton–style approaches to art as therapy, Daniella E. Sanader writes.
A decade-long artist exchange of image and text adds up to a rich, rewarding (and feminist) narrative, Daniella Sanader writes.
Art Gallery of Hamilton June 28, 2014, to January 4, 2015