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Sharona Franklin

Sharona Franklin

King’s Leap, New York, February 29 to March 28, 2020

The Disintegration of a Critic

The Disintegration of a Critic

Jill Johnston, Sternberg Press, 224 PP., $25.95

Eva and Franco Mattes

Eva and Franco Mattes

Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art, Montreal, November 8, 2019, to March 15, 2020

Suzy Lake

Suzy Lake

Arsenal Contemporary, New York, November 19, 2019, to January 18, 2020

Robert Anthony O’Halloran

Robert Anthony O’Halloran

Sibling Gallery, Toronto, January 30 to February 29, 2020

Black Quantum Futurism

Black Quantum Futurism

During their solo exhibition at Vancouver's Western Front last fall, Camae Ayewa and Rasheedah Phillips's cross disciplinary approach drew on deeply entangled histories, elevating and echoing the voices and actions of prominent Afro-diasporic thinkers and artists

Moyra Davey

Moyra Davey

Greengrassi, London, UK, September 5 to October 26, 2019

Numa Amun

Numa Amun

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, June 20, 2019, to February 16, 2020

Creation

Creation

Sylvia Nickerson, Drawn & Quarterly, 192 pp., $24.95

T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss

T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss

Semi-Public 半公開, Vancouver, ongoing since July 6, 2019

From the Archive

Divya Mehra Undoes White on White

Divya Mehra Undoes White on White

“You have to tell Them, I’m not a Racist.” desecrates the white cube with gleeful impunity.

Trouble Me Venice: An Indigenous Curator’s View of the Biennale

Trouble Me Venice: An Indigenous Curator’s View of the Biennale

Ryan Rice was part of an international delegation of Indigenous curators at Venice's preview week. Here are some of the triumphs and troubles he saw.

Rosalyn Drexler: Who Does She Think She Is?

Rosalyn Drexler: Who Does She Think She Is?

Rosalyn Drexler, the proto-feminist painter, sculptor, playwright, novelist and former lady wrester, is criminally unknown. A new show aims to change this.