A 1967 artscanada roundtable on the subject of “black” revealed the consequent tensions between the aesthetics of abstraction and the politics of race
A national survey of artists whose work layers collaboration, inheritance and collective memory
In public festivals, biennials and galleries, or on TV—there are lots of ways to experience art this fall. Here, Canadian Art's editors pick a few projects they're looking forward to.
For the better part of 40 years, David Woods has been an archivist and advocate for the overlooked artistic contributions of Black Maritime communities
For Tau Lewis, sculpture is an always unfolding conversation between progenitors and peers, the past and the possible
The former Editor-in-Chief and Co-Publisher of Canadian Art published an article earlier this week about structural racism in Canadian cultural institutions, including this one
The current period of austerity in art exposes a spectacle of Black horror in galleries and collections
Syrus Marcus Ware, a member of the Performance Disability Art Collective and Black Lives Matter Toronto, writes about the critical work of Black artists and curators, and ways to achieve lasting change