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“If Emily Carr Was Born in Seattle, She’d be World-Famous”

“If Emily Carr Was Born in Seattle, She’d be World-Famous”

As curator Ian Thom prepares to open his final exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, he discusses what he’s learned about Canadian art—and its problems

Roadside Attractions

Roadside Attractions

A conversation with curator Jennifer Matotek about Saskatchewan’s summer of public art

Soap Stone and 3D-Printing

Soap Stone and 3D-Printing

Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter and Jesse Tungilik participate in self-directed studio residencies in Inuvik and Banff as part of the TD North/South Artist Exchange

A Conversation with Jordan Bennett

A Conversation with Jordan Bennett

This year's Sobey Art Award finalist animates Mi'kmaq creation stories and petroglyphs in his largest public artwork to date

Donkeys in the Don and Other Temporary Acts

Donkeys in the Don and Other Temporary Acts

A conversation with Toronto curator Kari Cwynar about what we want, and need, from civic space—whether it's built or naturalized, domestic or wild

How to Get Over Your Homesickness

How to Get Over Your Homesickness

Spoiler alert: you won’t. But Nadia Gohar’s exhibition “Foundation Deposits” makes an earnest attempt

Montreal’s Big-Time Warhol Collector

Montreal’s Big-Time Warhol Collector

How did Paul Maréchal become one of the world’s biggest collectors of Warhol’s printed matter? It all began with a Paul Anka album, and a dream

A Conversation with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

A Conversation with Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

On the occasion of his new Canadian survey, the Montreal-based interactive-art pioneer talks about his love of Agnes Martin, his melding of bytes with Bach, his grapplings with public-art censorship and more

Language Matters

Language Matters

A Conversation with award-winning author and critic Ben Lerner about his craft, his observations on art, and the peculiarities of the art world

Multiple Views: A Conversation with Ho Tam

Multiple Views: A Conversation with Ho Tam

Prolific artist Ho Tam has worked across painting, photography, film and publishing—not to mention in advertising and community psychiatry. Here Tam provides insight into his work and process.

From the Archive

Moyra Davey Discusses Her Mother Reader, 15 Years On

Moyra Davey Discusses Her Mother Reader, 15 Years On

Acclaimed Canadian artist Moyra Davey published her perennially relevant Mother Reader in 2001. Now, she reveals how motherhood continues to affect her art.

GothShakira: Montreal’s High Priestess of Dank Feminist Memery

GothShakira: Montreal’s High Priestess of Dank Feminist Memery

GothShakira's Instagram shares intimate, yet relatable, narratives, lamenting misogynist men, referencing bell hooks and flaunting her astrology expertise.

Conversation: Wolfgang Tillmans Considers Three of His Own Photographs

Conversation: Wolfgang Tillmans Considers Three of His Own Photographs

German artist Wolfgang Tillmans has radically redefined the production of photographs. Here, Tillmans and writer Tom McDonough consider three such images.