Art Critique

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The NGC reopening for an eventful 2023

The National Gallery of Canada has had an eventful time since the start of the pandemic. From its plans to restructure the gallery from the ground up—with Indigenous perspective and […]

Stolen Ukrainian art finding safe havens from war

As is always the case over the course of war and invasions, Russia has looted much artwork from Ukraine over the last year. Surely much of what was taken will […]

“NFTme” brings the gospel of NFTs to Prime Video

In each passing month since the start of 2021, NFTs seem to have inched further and further into the mainstream. When it got to the point where 20-somethings had to […]

Orchestrator of stolen Banksy faces long prison sentence

While sparks of hope can ignite in the darkest of times, so too can people turn to selfish acts in desperation. And it is hard to wag too strong a […]

Lensa and its distorted lens

Without a doubt, this year marked the largest uptick any of us have had of how saturated our social media feeds have been with art created by artificial intelligence. From […]

“The Collaboration” examines Warhol and Basquiat with gloves off

This year has been rich with examination of the life of Andy Warhol. Most notable was The Andy Warhol Diaries, a Netflix series that went through his life chapter by […]

Lucy Sparrow felts an entire McDonald’s for Art Basel 2022

Art Basel’s offerings for Miami Beach 2022 have been bright and engaging, bringing together art lovers and the celebrity elite over entertainment and visual art spectacles. Following in a theme […]