Light shines out of darkness

Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Montréal-based artist Moridja Kitenge Banza talks about colonial histories, Catholicism and his new exhibition Et La Lumière Fut (And There Was Light), on view now at the AGO.

In constant inquiry

Skarù:reˀ / Kanien’kehá:ka, Hodinöhsö:ni’ artist Greg Staats reflects on his latest exhibition, in constant return, on view at the AGO through May 2022.

Seeking a place to feel queer

Artists Ness Lee and Florence Yee join forces to display their queer Asian diasporic perspectives and experiences in Elusive Desires: Ness Lee + Florence Yee, on view now at the Varley Art Gallery of Markham through January 2, 2022.

Join the cypher

AGO Virtual School Programs looks at movement through the lens of hip hop and street dance in its Art Beyond Borders series with co-presenter Jade’s Hip Hop Academy.

ICYMI: Remembering Rita Letendre

We are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of revolutionary artist Rita Letendre. Read on to learn more about Letendre’s life’s work in her own words.

True blue

How well do you know your blues? We chart the shifting history of the colour blue in art with the latest entry in the Material Explorations series.

A Q&A with Native Art Department International

Toronto-based contemporary artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan discuss new works and collaboration during their Incite Residency and culminating exhibition, Tokens of Appreciation, on view at Hamilton’s Centre[3].

Quiz alert!

Memoir writing is an art form, especially when the subject is also an artist. How many have you read? Take our quiz to find out.

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