Art Critique

.

Donetsk Regional Drama Theatre destroyed in Russian bombing

As the war stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine marches on, we are seeing the cultural connections and outputs of both nations being deeply affected. From the sanctions applied globally […]

‘The Andy Warhol Diaries’ shows the love and fear of an icon

While the world over has been especially keen on the recent release of Inventing Anna—the exploits of real-life con artist Anna Delvey—almost simultaneously, Netflix has released a stunning and emotional […]

Remembering Charles Csuri, digital pioneer

At nearly a century of life, the foremost pioneer of digital art and computer animation, Charles Csuri, has passed away. While it may seem surprising that an early adopter of […]

Black Theatre Workshop celebrates 50 years with Vision Celebration

While it may have been from a safely distanced livestream, Montréal’s Black Theatre Workshop still found much to celebrate for this year at their annual Vision Celebration. A night celebrating […]

Simon Beck is the world’s preeminent “snow artist”

As we drag on through the latter end of winter, it’s hard not to feel the drain of the cold weather and the short hours of sunlight—especially with the ceaseless […]

National Gallery of Canada creates Department of Indigenous Ways and Decolonization

It’s no secret that many of the western world’s art institutes have been stuck in many isolating, regressive trends. With predominantly white, Euro-centric viewpoints, collections, and heads, this narrow lens […]

David Byrne’s ‘Theater of the Mind’ set for world premiere

Having made his mark in many mediums over the decades, David Byrne—of Talking Heads fame—is an artist of every facet. From his legendary musical creations to sharing his findings of […]