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Valery Katsuba: Nostalgy for Harmony

Photoartist Valery Katsuba is already known in the European art and fashion community. Despite the fact that Valery was born

Monet travels to China

A major exhibition just launched at Bund One Art Museum in Shanghai, bringing a haul of iconic paintings by Monet

“I Want To Report A Theft”: Activist Mwazulu Diyabanza tells his own story in new episode of Resistance

A year ago, you might not have been aware of a man by the name of Mwazulu Diyabanza. But that

Van Gogh and Hockney in Houston: a collision of superstars

David Hockney was 16 when he first came across the work of Vincent Van Gogh at Manchester Art Gallery. “I

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Christo’s last project to be funded by sale

Sotheby’s will offer 25 works by the late artist Christo that chart the planning of the artist’s final project: to

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Frank Bowling takes over two cities

During the past ten years, Frank Bowling has finally enjoyed the recognition he deserves. Bowling, now 87, received his first

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Lighthouse Immersive’s ‘Touch’ promises immersive live connection

Hybrid and fusion within artistic fields truly is the oncoming future. Through the blending of boundaries, varying art forms are able to merge to create new experiences beyond the sum of their parts. Visual arts, sound design, performance, literature, and

Meakins-McClaran collection donated to National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada has been on a positive trajectory over the last while. With a restructuring and rebranding of the gallery to integrate and highlight the works and culture of Indigenous artists, as well as receiving $900,000CAD in

Sydney Fringe Festival shuts down for a second year

As is sadly still the reality for gatherings and performances currently, the ongoing pandemic is still seeing massive, last-minute shutdowns to planned events. It is not altogether surprising but is still disheartening to see the way the virus can affect

Program Sound FM- a radio station show for storytellers

Radio is becoming a more and more archaic means of consumption every passing year. With the vast majority of music listeners not even having private collections, opting instead for streaming services, most people shuffle a playlist and call it a

Créer des ponts rejuvenates Montréal’s abandoned businesses

The need for space is always keenly felt in artistic communities, no matter what the current socio-political climate is. With real estate prices still on an ever-bloating trajectory and both the pandemic and apathetic developers causing countless businesses to shutter

Antiquities looting: an ongoing crisis as well as a shameful piece of history

Western museums are, rightfully, facing increasing pressure to return art and artefacts looted during colonial times. Artefact theft is not merely a disgraceful part of the past, however, but is an ongoing problem which is occurring right now in dozens

World Fringe Day- the State of The Fringe worldwide

This past week saw the fifth anniversary of World Fringe Day. Beginning in 2017 on July 11th, it’s a celebration of the worldwide phenomenon that is fringe theatre, as well as the countless moving parts that make up each individual

Christo’s last project to be funded by sale

Sotheby’s will offer 25 works by the late artist Christo that chart the planning of the artist’s final project: to cover the Arc de Triomphe in Paris in 25,000 sqm of polypropylene fabric and rope. Christo passed away in 2020

BLM Canada opens Wildseed, a new community and arts centre

Correction (07/19/21): This article originally stated that the new Wildseed Centre was being designed and developed by the team of Tom Kuo and Helen Yung of Foundation Creative Studio and Bryan Lee of Colloquate, but this was the team for