Caroline Monnet’s solo exhibition “Like Ships in the Night” offers new perspectives on communication.
Plus: a massive Indigenous-art billboard project, Maud Lewis redux, Vancouver’s art-gentrification resistance, a break-in at the Khyber and feminist critique at Images.
A trio of younger Canadian artists—all of them women—each receives this inaugural edition of the prize, which is associated with the National Gallery of Canada’s Canadian Photography Institute.
Regina’s first artist-run centre began as a tiny raft on the waters of Wascana Lake. Today, precarity and politics still feature in its artist-run scene.
Plus: a public art project inspired by Desmond, the arrival of two new bank branches just for artists, and some big Canadian sales at Christie’s in London.