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By pouring paint and water onto his surfaces – including the floor – for Just A Sliver Of The Room, Driscoll conveys a brilliant lushness and depth more

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The Rebel Zone archives recall the movement that transformed Queen West more

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Colour paradoxes work at this General Hardware Contemporary exhibition more

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Wendy Snyder MacNeil Archive, Ryerson Image Centre

Terrific twin bill more

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Show is strong though theme's opaque more

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The Aga Khan - 2014's terrific addition to the art scene - scored big in a year when major museums and indie galleries shared kudos. more

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One image inspires a community more

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Liz Magor evokes a fragile material world more

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Art meets anatomy in Bloodwork 2 more

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Fry Guy, with works by Davida Nemeroff and Patrick Walsh, probes a dying America more

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Nuit Blanche also includes a whack of shows outside its four main zones. Here are some of the independent installations that we can’t wait to see. more

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The title – the words "south/north" spelled backwards – reflects this series' intention to flip the geopolitical order in installations that meditate on the meaning of reversal more

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To mark Nuit Blanche’s 10th edition, 10 shows curated under the theme of ­Memory Lane probe the way memory shapes our identities, the way we see the world and, paradoxically, what we can ­expect from the future more

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Tanja-Tiziana

10th annual art crawl is a crapshoot – in all the right ways more

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Artist gives a playful twist to cloth more

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© The Estate of Harry Waddle, Courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery

Staid modernists sought artistic cred more

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