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28 January 2020 issue

Briana Palmer, “Traversing the line, with no fixed point” (detail), 2018

Galleries West

Vol. 5  No. 2   ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Artist uses model train to examine white privilege in childhood play. Read more

STORIES

Disrupted modernist grids owe much to Bauhaus design aesthetics. Read more

STORIES

Blown Away reality star uses glass to talk about space and subtle perceptions. Read more

STORIES

Vancouver artist’s collages offer an intriguing blast of images. Read more

STORIES

American artist’s photographs and films about the AIDS era shock and surprise. Read more

STORIES

Fabric artist Karina Bergmans stitches up hearts, lungs and other human organs. Read more

STORIES

Toronto's Images Festival, which runs from April 16 to April 22, has announced highlights of its exhibitions and screenings. Read more

NEWS

Calgary's Arts Commons has named Alex Sarian as its new president and chief executive officer. Read more

NEWS

A show at Canada's embassy in Washington, D.C., that features work by 27 women artists is part an initiative to recognize the diversity of the Canadian art scene. Read more

NEWS

Gordon Smith, one of Canada's leading artists, has died. Read more

NEWS

The Textile Museum of Canada has announced the winners of the Melissa Levin Emerging Artist Award – Carrie Allison, Jagdeep Raina and Audie Murray. Read more

NEWS

Vancouver-based artist Russna Kaur has won the fourth annual $10,000 Tanabe Prize for British Columbia emerging painters. Read more

NEWS

The Vancouver Art Gallery has been given new works for its collection, including 36 pieces by 26 artists donated by photography collectors Claudia Beck and Andrew Gruft. Read more

NEWS

Three artists have been chosen for the Salt Spring Arts Council artist in residence program. Read more

NEWS

Newfoundland artist Glenn Gear is undertaking a residency in Anchorage, Alaska, from Jan. 14 to Jan. 29. Read more

NEWS

A major Andy Warhol exhibition is coming to the Art Gallery of Ontario in March 2021. Read more

NEWS

Vancouver-based artist Stan Douglas will represent Canada at the 2021 Venice Biennale, the National Gallery of Canada announced today. Read more

NEWS