Features

How can immigrants in Canada engage with Indigenous art practices to reconsider reconciliation?

Features
Erika DeFreitas’s Mourning Gestures

The Scarborough-based artist finds inspiration in Derrida, archives and the maternal bond.

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News
News in Brief: A Court Case Surprise and More

Canada’s art-export processes and CPERB face judicial scrutiny. Plus: Banksy-show problems in Toronto, new Indigenous public art for Calgary, Canadians at Art Basel, and more

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: June 14 to 20, 2018

The first David Milne survey in Canada in 30 years, a landmark Inuit art show, and lots of Impressionist and Old Master viewing opportunities are on our list

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Features
Remembering Geoffrey Hendricks

The artist, who died in May, was one of the first from the New York scene to establish themselves on Cape Breton Island in the 1960s.

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Reviews
Into the Woods

From Ian Wallace’s 1990s Clayoquot Protest series to Leila Sujir’s new stereoscopic live feed Forest Breath, “Supernatural” in Victoria reframes B.C. woodlands.

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Features
Dirty Words: Old

You can never retire from being an artist—and other observations from a roundtable on aging and ageism in the arts.

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News
Adrienne Huard Awarded Canadian Art Editorial Residency

The residency is a national prize awarded annually to a student with an interest in developing expertise in the realm of professional art-magazine publishing.

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News
News in Brief: Artists Get New National Gallery Agreement and More

Plus: a new director of visual arts at the Banff Centre, a new director and Aboriginal curator at Open Space, Contact Festival and Fogo Island award wins and more.

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Must-Sees
Must-Sees This Week: June 7 to 13, 2018

A show on cabins in Vancouver, the National Indigenous Media Arts Gathering in Saskatoon, and “Mandela: Struggle for Freedom” in Winnipeg are among the highlights.

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Features
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.

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Reviews
Body Movies

The National Ballet of Canada’s Frame by Frame is spectacular, sensitive and very queer.

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News
Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan Win $30K Award of Distinction

Since 1989, Winnipeg duo’s breakthrough feminist art includes We’re Talking Vulva, Lesbian National Parks and Services, and A Day in the Life of a Bull-Dyke.

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