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1 January 2019

Patrick Tresset, “Human Study #1 - 5RNP (Five Robots Named Paul),” 2015

Galleries West

Vol 4 No 1    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

The end of the year is when we traditionally look back. Read more

From the Editor

A flash-back to 10 favourites from 2018. Read more

STORIES

Is it any wonder artists weighed in on issues related to gender and sexual identity, some of the year's most newsworthy themes? Read more

STORIES

Various shows looked at environmental issues, whether climate change or plastic junk floating in the ocean. Read more

STORIES

Marc Chagall and Jacques-Louis David grabbed more headlines than David Milne and James Wilson Morrice. Read more

STORIES

Work by Indigenous artists – whether displayed on billboards or in shows at leading galleries – helped launch much-needed conversations. Read more

STORIES

A number of Western Canadian shows over the last year featured art from South Asia. Read more

STORIES

Heidi Reitmaier has resigned as executive director and CEO of the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto, effective Jan. 25. Read more

NEWS

After 18 years, Robin Anthony says she is leaving the RBC Curatorial Department, which will now be under the leadership of Corrie Jackson, along with Stefan Hancherow and Jane Hutchison. Read more

NEWS

Gregory Burke, the executive director and CEO of the Remai Modern, has resigned, effective March 15. Burke will return to his home country of New Zealand, where he has been appointed director of the Auckland Art Gallery. Read more

NEWS

The Vancouver Art Gallery says it acquired 334 works for its collection in 2018, mostly as gifts from private donors. Read more

NEWS