Skip to content

May we suggest

Reviews

Sue Lloyd

Sue Lloyd

Unravelling the threads of meaning in the 13 images that constitute Sue Lloyd’s newest body of digital work, “VOID,” resembles the impossible task of reading for univocal meaning in Virginia Woolf ’s experimental novels.

Kent Monkman

Kent Monkman

The 19th century was an extraordinary period of colonization and cultural expansion. The European powers vied with one another to seize land and explorers were dispatched to open and record these new worlds, annexing territories as they went.

Monica Tap

Monica Tap

The desire to make paintings that reflect the ephemeral character of moving pictures is a time-honoured aspiration.

Dean Drever

Dean Drever

Potential pain lurks in Dean Drever’s show “Big Guns,” which features works that raise questions about who has the right to inflict violence upon others.

David Urban

David Urban

As its title suggests, David Urban’s “Actual Fiction” amounts to a one-man status report on the elusive ideals of reality and truth: an ugly-beauty, eat-the-document affair.

Roy Arden

Roy Arden

Roy Arden has gained international recognition for his creation of a particularly trenchant brand of photo imagery.

Derek Sullivan

Derek Sullivan

Nine pictures by Derek Sullivan hang on the wall.

Thomas Hirschhorn

Thomas Hirschhorn

For nearly two decades, the Swiss artist Thomas Hirschhorn has been filling art spaces and annexing pedestrian sites with what he likes to call “displays.”

Mark Ruwedel

Mark Ruwedel

The history of the settlement of the United States and Canada is psychologically invested with colonial ambitions—to penetrate a fertile wilderness that lies beyond settled borders.

Review: Jason de Haan in Calgary

Review: Jason de Haan in Calgary

As with many younger artists these days, Jason de Haan’s practice takes a multiplicity of forms, including sculpture, drawing, photography, performance and bookworks. Rather than adhering to a single style or direction, the Calgary-based artist has developed what seems to be a reverent, though free-flowing, relationship with the discourses of art history and pop culture.

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.