iNuit Blanche—the first all-circumpolar, all-night art festival—achieved playful accessibility without shying away from the realities of many Inuit artists.
Returning to his initial training as a dancer, Brendan Fernandes continues to explore the ways that identity is not static, but enacted.
Abaseh Mirvali speaks with Nicholas Brown about curating the Latin American focus section within Art Toronto.
Last week, work by New York–based artist Cal Lane, which went missing during a UPS shipment, resurfaced on the secondary market. Nicholas Brown reports.
Nicholas Brown reports from Trinidadian artist Marlon Griffith's Ring of Fire, a 300-person procession that passed through downtown Toronto.
On Sunday, Marlon Griffith will lead a 300-person procession through Toronto. Here, Griffith and Emelie Chhangur discuss the monumental event.
Simon Cole discusses Cooper Cole Gallery's recent move to Toronto's Dupont Street and the centrality of the Internet in contemporary art dealing.