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Mary Pratt: 1935–2018

Mary Pratt: 1935–2018

Remembering a major artist who revealed herself through her daily life—and, in turn, changed how we see the world and ourselves

The Curtain Sweeps Down

The Curtain Sweeps Down

One of the best-selling novels in modern Turkey was published in 1950 under a male pseudonym. Here, the story of the young translator who kept her work secret for decades, but influenced a generation

There and Here

There and Here

When Vincent Chevalier travelled from Montreal to Vancouver, as his father did decades earlier, he found a metaphor for coming out and coming of age, on both sides of the AIDS crisis

We Are Each Other’s Medicine

We Are Each Other’s Medicine

Taylor Renee Aldridge and Jessica Lynne discuss what it means to be Black in an art world that refuses to care for Black people

Beautiful World, Where Are You?

Beautiful World, Where Are You?

The 2018 Liverpool Biennial avoids the spectacular and instead grounds itself in its location’s conversations

Asking Questions About Mental Health in the Arts

Asking Questions About Mental Health in the Arts

A report from recent Toronto symposium #BigFeels, which gathered artists, arts organizations and mental-health professionals

Beyond Two Solitudes

Beyond Two Solitudes

A conversation on the politics of colonial languages in Quebec

10 Artists Who Work between Meaning and Understanding

10 Artists Who Work between Meaning and Understanding

From our Summer 2018 issue, 10 cross-country practices that explore the complexities of translation

I Am the Artist Amongst My People

I Am the Artist Amongst My People

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson catches up with curator Wanda Nanibush and artist Rebecca Belmore to talk about Belmore's new Art Gallery of Ontario show, and the act of making monuments in the presence of community

World Cup Meets White Cube

World Cup Meets White Cube

Artists and curators program soccer-related art for gallery spaces—and kick around ideas about politics and power in the process

From the Archive

My Work for Maud Lewis

My Work for Maud Lewis

The self-taught artist is the subject of a Hollywood biopic, but my memories of priming her Masonite boards and mailing her tubes of paint are more modest.

A Night in Nunatsiavut

A Night in Nunatsiavut

On October 8, 2016, generations of Inuit came together to shine a light on a region that has been artistically ignored.

On Becoming My Mother

On Becoming My Mother

Vivek Shraya reflects on her photo essay Trisha one year after its release, and on how collaboration can be crucial to “individual” artmaking.