At the center of the acclaimed Abenaki filmmaker’s practice is her effort to counter White, colonialist versions of history.
Jenin Yaseen and Sameerah Ahmad staged an 18-hour action at the Royal Ontario Museum after it asked to remove sections of their works.
Magdalene Odundo: A Dialogue with Objects is the largest-ever North American presentation of work by the celebrated Kenyan-British artist. Now on view in Toronto.
Two colossal inflatable sculptures by the Winnipeg-based artist prod the colonial roots of economic and racial inequality in the country.
Locals expressed anger and sadness over the city’s decision to remove the Temple Bell less than a month after its creator architect Raymond Moriyama’s death.
The festival has released the lineup for its Wavelengths section, focused on avant-garde and provocative film media, and its Classics program.
The trans artist, curator, and singer unpacks the abstract regulations imposed on the body by gender binaries and geography.
Canada’s renowned center for clay hosts a celebration of some of the most compelling recent ceramic art. On view in Toronto from June 8 to 18.
The 2023 festival includes public art by Genesis Báez, Seif Kousmate, and Hélène Amouzou visualizing intersections of land, migration, and imagination.
The media artworks in this show at Toronto’s OCAD University tell a tale of symbiosis, intersections, and more-than-human relationality.
Entering World of Barbie felt like stepping through Oz, but the Oz that is Barbie: a James Turrell Ganzfeld-like diffusion of hyper-femme magenta pink.
A broken water fountain, a chopped-off tree, and an unusable garbage can are all attributed to Mayor John Tory in two artists’ satirical wall-label art piece.