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3 December 2019 issue

Curtis Cutshaw, “Hollowell,” 2019

Galleries West

Vol. 4  No. 25   ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Curtis Cutshaw faces off with hockey symbols. Read more

STORIES

The ways humans control animals is at the centre of a new Vancouver show. Read more

STORIES

Some high prices, including $9 million for a Picasso, but many low balls and passes at the latest art auctions. Read more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

Mitchell Wiebe plays with vampires and psychedelic swirls in trippy Regina show. Read more

STORIES

A show drawn from works donated by Alberta artist Dave More reveals unexpected investigations. Read more

STORIES

Five finalists vying for a prestigious national prize tackle social and political issues. Read more

STORIES

British Columbia’s 28,700 artists represent 18 per cent of all artists in Canada. Read more

NEWS

Vancouver's latest public art, a $4.8-million chandelier by B.C. artist Rodney Graham, has ignited debate in a city struggling with a housing and homelessness crisis. Read more

NEWS

Canadian art is one of the few opportunities under federal tax law that allows deductions for purchasing an appreciating asset, says accountant Eric Beaton. Read more

NEWS

A new co-operative workspace is in an unlikely location — an open-air courtyard at the Kelowna Art Gallery. Read more

NEWS

More than 100,000 people have signed up in the last six months for a new $35 annual pass at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Read more

NEWS

Vancouver's Capture Photography Festival has hired Cheyenne Rain LeGrande as its new assistant curator. Read more

NEWS

The Winnipeg Art Gallery opens two new Indigenous shows. Read more

NEWS

Engaging with the arts can be beneficial for both mental and physical health. This is a key conclusion of a new report from the World Health Organization that analyzed evidence from over 900 global publications. Read more

NEWS

Works by the 13 winners of the BMO 1st Art! competition are on view at MOCA Toronto from Nov. 21 to Dec. 16. Read more

NEWS

Steven Guilbeault, the new Liberal minister of Canadian Heritage, has been a prominent advocate in the fight against the climate crisis. Read more

NEWS

The 10-year agreement, which follows one initially signed in 1990, ensures the MacKenzie will steward and potentially exhibit more than 1,600 artworks owned by the university. Read more

NEWS

The Remai Modern in Saskatoon is exhibiting its recent acquisition of a four-channel video installation by acclaimed multimedia artist Dana Claxton. Read more

NEWS