Olympic Plaza, Calgary September 15 to 16, 2012
Neue Galerie, Kassel June 9 to September 16, 2012
What makes museums tick these days? In this interview from our Summer 2012 issue, archivist Adam Lauder explores this question—and related ones—with influential Toronto museums consultant Barry Lord, co-founder of Lord Cultural Resources.
Mug shots go monumental in “Pioneer Ladies [of the Evening],” a Winnipeg exhibition that draws upon—and then redraws—histories of the city’s sex trade. In this interview with Bryne McLaughlin, curator and historian Laurie K. Bertram talks about her hopes for the show.
Over the past five years, the ceramic engine sculptures of Saskatchewan artist Clint Neufeld have won increasing recognition. With a Mendel Art Gallery opening this week, and MASS MoCA’s “Oh, Canada” on the horizon, Neufeld talks with Leah Sandals about his military start, farm heritage and more.
One of Rebecca Belmore's most recent works, The Blanket, continues the artist's practice of speaking to the centuries of abuse Aboriginal peoples have endured in Canada. In this interview with Lee-Ann Martin from our Spring 2012 magazine, Belmore discusses her critically acclaimed works and their meanings.
Opening on May 27 at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts, “Oh, Canada” will be the largest survey of Canadian contemporary art ever held on American soil. In this interview from our Spring 2012 magazine, critic Sarah Milroy talks about the show's development with MASS MoCA curator Denise Markonish.
Himalayan peaks meet Queen West sidewalks in Althea Thauberger’s latest Toronto installation, where a massive, billboard-sized image shows Kashmiri actors staging King Lear. In this interview with Bryne McLaughlin, Thauberger discusses the work’s making and meaning.
As part of his latest project, Vancouver artist Samuel Roy-Bois posted an ad promising a rent-free apartment in Canada’s most heated real-estate market. Now, he chats with Bryne McLaughlin about the results.