A critic talks about her love of fanfiction—and how it changed her art writing
As an art world that rewards individualism buckles under the strain of trying times, how can we learn to move together?
Kent Monkman's latest large-scale history paintings are installed in the grand entrance of the Metropolitan Museum of Art—but who is the audience for these works? And whose stories do they tell? An activist and art historian gives them a close read
TikTok’s dance challenges and infectious memes enable content sharing across cultures—and Indigenous creators are using it to find powerful new ways of seeing and being seen
Aiyyana Maracle (1950–2016) was an artist, performer and storyteller who worked toward decolonizing gender and centring trans women. What are the politics of preserving her legacy?
Thirty years ago, a landmark exhibition offered models of collective resistance and refuge for and by Black women
In the spring of 2016, I was gifted a ton of Joyce Wieland’s marble, and with it a piece of her legacy
In a personal account, an artist, runner and scholar considers space and the everyday, in theory and creative practice
To wrap up the year, Canadian Art editors look back at 2019 and consider the exhibitions and experiences that stayed with us most
The final exhibition of a three-part international curatorial project fosters shared kinship, sovereignty and care