• Meetings of Minds Sorel Etrog found new ideas in collaborative work By Alma Mikulinsky
  • Introducing Miss Chief An excerpt from the ACI’s book “Revision and Resistance” By Shirley Madill
  • A Practice of Recovery An excerpt from the ACI’s book “Revision and Resistance” By Sasha Suda
  • Decolonizing History Painting An excerpt from the ACI’s book “Revision and Resistance” By Ruth B. Phillips and Mark Salber Phillips
  • A Vision for the Future An excerpt from the ACI’s book “Revision and Resistance” By Nick Estes
  • Inside Kent Monkman’s Studio An excerpt from the ACI’s book “Revision and Resistance” By Jami C. Powell
  • The Rule of Chance Jean Paul Riopelle’s break with Automatism By François-Marc Gagnon
  • From Taos to New York Agnes Martin and the currents of American Art By Christopher Régimbal
  • An Artist Blooms Mary Hiester Reid’s floral aesthetics By Andrea Terry
  • The Patriotic Painter Greg Curnoe’s Canada By Judith Rodger
  • Walking, Stacking, Dancing Françoise Sullivan’s conceptual 1970s By Annie Gérin
  • The Extraordinary North Tom Thomson’s diary of landscape By David P. Silcox
  • A Champion of Abstraction Jock Macdonald sought a new expression in art By Joyce Zemans
  • Defiant Spirit Quebecois artist Ozias Leduc drew on Europe but created a Canadian ideal By Laurier Lacroix
  • Queering the Culture General Idea’s art foregrounded the fight for LGBT rights By Sarah E.K. Smith
  • Stone Sadness Hunched or standing, Inuit artist Oviloo Tunnillie’s sculptures feature figures shaped by loss By Darlene Coward Wight
  • Sensing the Miraculous London artist Jack Chambers made the everyday profound By Mark A. Cheetham
  • Art Mission The pioneering work of New France priest Louis Nicolas By François-Marc Gagnon
  • Stronger Together Helen McNicoll relied on the support of other female artists to find professional success By Samantha Burton
  • Beyond the Horizon Gershon Iskowitz gave Canadians a new way of seeing trees and sky By Ihor Holubizky
  • Automatic Attraction Meeting Françoise Sullivan put Paterson Ewen at the epicenter of Montreal abstraction By John G. Hatch
  • Precise Order The mathematical underpinnings of Alex Colville’s paintings By Ray Cronin
  • Taking Back His Image Huron-Wendat artist Zacharie Vincent’s response to colonialism By Louise Vigneault
  • Inventing her Style Largely self-taught, Pitseolak Ashoona forged a style all her own By Christine Lalonde
  • The Kurelek Controversy No Canadian painter has ever been so simultaneously praised and reviled By Andrew Kear
  • Picture Perfect William Notman turned pioneering photography into a prosperous business By Sarah Parsons
  • The Art of Words Language played a key role in Greg Curnoe’s work By Judith Rodger
  • Choosing Quebec City Jean Paul Lemieux never grew tired of making a muse of his hometown By Michèle Grandbois
  • Her Art of War Molly Lamb Bobak was the first woman accredited as an official Canadian war artist By Michelle Gewurtz
  • Macdonald's Move to Vancouver Jock Macdonald’s move west breathed new life into his art By Joyce Zemans
  • From Paris to Montreal Impressionism had a short life in Canada but Helen McNicoll played a key role in its arrival By Samantha Burton
  • A Spanish Education Time abroad laid the foundations of Jack Chambers’s regionalism By Mark A. Cheetham
  • Competing Canadas Why Homer Watson was at odds with the Group of Seven By Brian Foss
  • Rugged as the Canadian Landscape Paterson Ewen’s painting gets physical By John G. Hatch
  • Artful Failure Unsuccessful as a missionary, Louis Nicolas created an invaluable visual record of New France By François-Marc Gagnon
  • Keeping Improvised Art Alive Documenting Francoise Sullivan’s Dance in the Snow, 1948 By Annie Gérin
  • Naked Conviction The censorship of Bertram Brooker By James King
  • Reign of the ’60s Art Scene Harold Town held sway at galleries, parties, and politics By Gerta Moray
  • Altruism or Availability? Why did Prudence Heward paint a series of black women? By Julia Skelly
  • From the Ear to the Eye Music guided the work of post-Plasticien painter Yves Gaucher By Roald Nasgaard
  • Going Global The entrance of Shuvinai Ashoona’s art into the contemporary canon and international museums By Nancy G. Campbell
  • Controversial Contemplation Did 19th-century artist Paul Kane appropriate Indigenous culture, or create a valuable visual record? By Arlene Gehmacher
  • Algonquin Influence How an Ontario canoe trip led Tom Thomson to redefine Canadian landscape painting By David P. Silcox
  • A Daring Inspiration Oscar Cahén was a driving force in early Canadian modernism, abstraction, and the Painters Eleven By Jaleen Grove
  • The Miss General Idea Pageant Alternative theatre gave Canada’s great avant-garde collective the tools for a new kind of performance art By Sarah E.K. Smith
  • Picasso of the North Norval Morrisseau pushed back against colonial expectations of Indigenous art By Carmen Robertson
  • Seeing the Light Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald portrayed the vital forces of the natural world By Michael Parke-Taylor
  • Naming and Reclaiming Robert Houle’s art critiques appropriation of Indigenous culture By Shirley Madill
  • Rebel Girl 50 years passed before Kathleen Munn's abstract art was recognized By Georgiana Uhlyarik
  • Cinematic Turn Movies gave Joyce Wieland’s art a new direction By Johanne Sloan
  • An Eye for Animals Why wildlife plays a part in Alex Colville’s art By Ray Cronin
  • Public Enemy Paul-Émile Borduas’s Refus Global began a revolution By François-Marc Gagnon
  • Brush with Revolution Paraskeva Clark meets Dr. Norman Bethune By Christine Boyanoski
  • Tragedy to Triumph How widowhood began Pitseolak Ashoona’s career By Christine Lalonde
  • Nude Awakening Prudence Heward’s Girl Under a Tree By Julia Skelly
  • Rupture Norval Morrisseau’s 1962 exhibition changed Canadian art By Carmen Robertson
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