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Many of this year's top exhibitions explored Canada's colonial legacy, the concept of nationhood and the meaning of monuments more

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Ahead of Nuit Blanche, New York curator Nato Thompson brought his roving conference on political art to Toronto more

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This year, the all-night art festival will feel smaller, more intimate and more political than it has previously more

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Curator-turned-artist gets a retrospective at The Power Plant more

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Folks from the Younger Than Beyoncé Gallery contribute new work about where Canada has come from, what it is now and where it's going. more

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For Canada On Screen, TIFF presents seminal film/video installations by Stan Douglas, Vera Frenkel, Rodney Graham and more more

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At the Hamilton university art gallery, eight Indigenous artists – including Ehren Thomas (Bear Witness of A Tribe Called Red and son of Jeff Thomas) – pay homage to the senior Indigenous artists who've influenced them. more

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Pride month begins with this timely group show exploring intersectionality and marginalization in LGBTQ communities. more

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As the city and developers hammer out a new plan for the massive site at Dufferin and Dupont, urbanist arts organization How We Live In Cities has already begun the landscaping more

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Toronto photographer Meera Margaret Singh gives a talk about the gendered tension behind the images in her Contact Photography Festival show more

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The Aga Khan Museum partners with Silkroad, the arts org founded by Yo-Yo Ma, for a show of multimedia artistic responses to the war in Syria. more

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In Mother Tongue, artists including Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Jihee Min and Alize Zorlutuna explore the relationship of language and identity. more

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Historical and contemporary photos examine the destructive impact on the land of projects like the James Bay hydro plant and practices like fracking. more

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This spring's retrospective at the Art Gallery of Ontario shows off the many different sides of the modernist artist more

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Petra Collins' outdoor installation for the CONTACT photo fest focuses on the world of teenage girls and mental illness. more

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As the massive photo festival takes over Toronto galleries, we fearlessly forecast success for an assortment of Canadian artists more

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This year's Contact Photography Festival focuses on Canada, and also includes this show of images taken in the late 1800s by Berlin street photographer Zille more

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One of this week's must-see gallery openings features works by four Latin- and Spanish-Canadian artists whose performance, installation and drawing call for action and resistance. more

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Toronto painter Bierk transforms head shots of his young friends into large-scale photorealistic black-and-white oil paintings more

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Montreal-based photographer 2Fik poses as a group of interrelated fictional characters of both genders in images that often send up European paintings. Plus more must-see gallery openings to see in T.O. this week. more

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