The jury noted that Blass’s work addresses perennial challenges in sculpture while at the same time bringing new perspectives.
Friends and colleagues remember a talented artist who died suddenly this fall, just as his work was garnering increasing acclaim.
New sculptures by Shary Boyle, going on view in Quebec City, lead our weekly roundup of top openings and art events.
It’s the first time a woman of colour has won the $20K Kingston Portrait Prize. Plus: a wheelchair-optimized art show, an Ottawa public-art spat and more.
White supremacists recently made an appearance at Life of a Craphead’s Toronto performance.
Thursday dispatch Canadian Art Weekly wins Best E-Newsletter for second year in a row.
Some major Montreal exhibitions are coming up, including Nadia Myre at MBAM and Leonard Cohen at the MAC.
That rare quantity—a Canadiens painting signed by Ken Dryden—gets bids flowing in Montreal. Plus: Zacharias Kunuk is nominated for international prize.
Aliya Pabani reflects on the recent Primary Colours gathering, which brought together artists, academics and critics of colour from across the country.
The influential and visionary works of Japanese artist Takashi Murakami will have their first-ever Canadian retrospective in Vancouver next year.