The Native artist’s simultaneity of diverse references obliterates tidy notions of identity, while being transparently true to his own biography, aesthetics, and heritage.
Candice Hopkins curated the sculptures by six Canadian Indigenous artists in Edmonton’s North Saskatchewan River Valley.
On Thursday, August 31, artist Duane Linklater will read an open letter addressed to the Metropolitan Museum about a James Bay Cree hood in its collection.
Duane Linklater’s exhibition at 80WSE asks us to consider how knowledge and tradition are transmitted.
TORONTO — Appropriation and amalgamation take center stage at “Beat Nation,” organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery and currently on view at The Power Plant in Toronto, a show focusing on the influence of hip hop culture in Aboriginal contemporary art.