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Essays

What Berlin Can Teach Us

What Berlin Can Teach Us

If Canadians want to build urban artistic hotspots they should look to Berlin’s flexible city planning and use of existing spaces, argues Alex Bowron.

Art in the Time of Recession

Art in the Time of Recession

In light of the most recent recession, Daniel Gallay reflects on the spectre of the 2008 crisis and its deleterious effect on the Canadian art market.

Canada-US Border in Focus in Windsor Exhibition

Canada-US Border in Focus in Windsor Exhibition

Art Gallery of Windsor January 25 to April 13, 2014

Painting and Potential: John Kissick on the Art Awards Scene
Garry Neill Kennedy Continues to Surprise with Most Recent Wall Painting Work

Garry Neill Kennedy Continues to Surprise with Most Recent Wall Painting Work

Diaz Contemporary, Toronto October 13 to November 10, 2012

Francesca Woodman, Kelly Richardson, Thomas Demand Among Marquee Names on TIFF’s Art Program
Anthony McCall: Light Lifting
Why I Write Such Good Books…and How You Can, Too!
25 Years of Canadian Art: The History Behind the Headlines

25 Years of Canadian Art: The History Behind the Headlines

Sometimes rocky, but always rewarding—that's been the road to creating our national art magazine. Now, a special essay by past editor Jocelyn Laurence and exclusive video chats with three magazine insiders reveal all the behind-the-scenes ups and downs.

From the Archive

Haunted Houses

Haunted Houses

This year, the SITElines biennial in Santa Fe, New Mexico, explores home and belonging—in a place where distinctions between inside and outside often feel blurred

Experiments in Collective Form

Experiments in Collective Form

Two Toronto artists reflect on performative gestures of protest in the 1990s Harris-era of Conservative provincial politics—a moment that has sharp similarities to our own