The Textile Museum presents Judy Chicago’s The Creation.
Head to the Textile Museum (55 Centre), where Lady Sasquatch creator Allyson Mitchell curates When Women Rule The World: Judy Chicago In Thread, with textiles from the 70s to the present, and the accompanying She Will Always Be Younger Than Us group show of young women artists (February 11 to September 7).
Multimedia artist and former Hidden Cameras member Luis Jacob, with Pan Wendt, curates Funkaesthetics, exploring historical and contemporary uses of funk music as a practice of liberation, with work by Leigh Bowery, Adrian Piper, Will Munro, George Clinton, Sun Ra and others (Justina M Barnicke Gallery, 7 Hart House Circle, February 10 to March 22).
Influential U.S. conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner, fresh from a 40-year retrospective at the Whitney, has a large show of his cryptic text-based art at the Power Plant (231 Queens Quay West). The gallery also offers the Canadian debut of the UK's Carey Young, whose videos and participatory installations riff on corporate culture (March 17 to May 17).