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Art history students in study carrels across this fine nation must be jumping with joy. Finally, one of their go-to books on Canadian art, Dennis Reid’s A Concise History of Canadian Painting, has come out in...
19th-Century British Photographs offers a rare pictorial glimpse of a remarkable period in history. The Exhibition runs at the Art Gallery of Alberta until 6 October 2013.
“What does it mean to have the artist’s hand involved?” It’s a question Cory Arcangel raises, standing next to what he describes as “the ultimate drawing”: his series of three nearly identical portraits of...
Hungarian-born photographer Gabor Szilasi has lived in Montreal for half a century. Over the decades he has documented the Quebec countryside and its towns and people, artists in their homes and, more recently...
If you happen to be passing through New Mexico this summer—and you’re anywhere near Santa Fe—be sure to visit Mont St. Michel and Shiprock , on view at the New Mexico Museum of Art until 8 September 2013. The...
The annual Electric Eclectics music festival held over the August Civic holiday weekend and now in its eighth year is an avant garde event that has become a pilgrimage for fans and musicians seeking—or already...
One of Canada’s most celebrated artists, Alex Colville passed away on Tuesday July 16th, at the age of 92, at his home in Wolfville, N.S.

National Gallery of Canada Artist Interview: Venkat Raman Singh Shyam

An interview with Venkat Raman Singh Shyam, one of the artists in Sakàhan: International Indigenous Art , on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 2 September 2013.

National Gallery of Canada Artist Interview: Corey Bulpitt and Larissa Healey

An interview with Corey Bulpitt and Larissa Healey, two artists in Sakàhan: International Indigenous Art , on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 2 September 2013.