Six months into living and working remotely, what has the “rush to digital” meant for artists and curators already trying to push virtual exhibition spaces in new directions?
The sea and its horizons bring both respite and reminders of violence. For poets Imani Elizabeth Jackson, M. NourbeSe Philip and S*an D. Henry-Smith, the sea is an end, and also a beginning
In this introductory essay for the Fall 2020 issue of Canadian Art, Chroma, co-editors Yaniya Lee and Denise Ryner write about some of the origins of, and hopes for, this project
For Tau Lewis, sculpture is an always unfolding conversation between progenitors and peers, the past and the possible
Print advertising is a critical part of the work that we do at Canadian Art. Here, we’re highlighting some of the important gallery and museum exhibitions that are featured in the pages of the Fall 2020 issue, Chroma.