Canadian Art
WEEKLY 07.19.18
Beautiful World, Where Are You?

The 2018 Liverpool Biennial avoids the spectacular and instead grounds itself in its location’s conversations

by Yaniya Lee
Cabin Fever

Vancouver Art Gallery, June 9–September 30, 2018

by Meredyth Cole
Beyond Two Solitudes

A conversation on the politics of colonial languages in Quebec

by Émilie Monnet with Sonia Robertson, Eruoma Awashish, Rita Letendre and Martin Akwiranoron Loft
Asking Questions about Mental Health in the Arts

A report from recent Toronto symposium #BigFeels, which gathered artists, arts organizations and mental-health professionals

by Jenna Reid
News in Brief: A New Canadian Heritage Minister and More

Plus Inuit art shifts, art you can eat, a new Art Toronto list and addressing mental health through art

by Leah Sandals
Editors’ Picks from Our New Agenda Section

Lita Fontaine, Whess Harman, Meagan Musseau and Rhayne Vermette’s new exhibition “Oneself, and one another," curated by Indigenous Curator in Residence Jennifer Smith, at aceartinc. is a must-see this week. Also on the docket: “Christina Battle: the future is a distorted landscape” at Deluge Contemporary Art and “The Big Picture” at the new Nicholas Metivier Gallery location

I Am the Artist Amongst My People

Leanne Betasamosake Simpson catches up with curator Wanda Nanibush and artist Rebecca Belmore to talk about Belmore's new Art Gallery of Ontario show, and the act of making monuments in the presence of community

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