How Jalani Morgan’s work landed on a crossover episode of two award-winning TV shows by Shonda Rhimes
Since her Polaris Prize win last year, Lido Pimienta’s music profile has soared. Less known, however, is her making of art textiles, paintings and prints.
As a big Yayoi Kusama show opens in Toronto, selfie-bashing is also in the air. But the fact is, selfies are vital to situating people of colour within largely white art institutions.
Building museums of found objects and casting packing materials in porcelain, Farooq questions how citizens are told to think about their pasts.
After several rounds of preliminary government vetting, Chinese officials pulled the Toronto artist’s works at the eleventh hour
This Toronto-based artist’s photo and video works ask what it means to make Black people visually knowable.
A new exhibition featuring archival American news photos of Canada illustrates how so many of the country’s central myths remain unchanged.
What is a biennial and who is a biennial for? The Alberta Biennial curators and artists rooted “For the Time Being” in these pertinent questions.
Toronto artist and Guggenheim fellow Deanna Bowen takes us into her studio—sharing family photographs, archival research and a pair of meticulously recreated KKK robes
On the 30th anniversary of Images, Toronto’s first experimental film festival, its director wonders if identity and formalism must be mutually exclusive.