Montreal film festival has full slate of art documentaries

Fifa fare includes a look into the life of art market star Marc Quinn, Hitler’s trove of looted art and Egyptian artists involved in the Arab Spring

Published online: 24 March 2015

Canada’s National Gallery reopens after Ottawa shootings

A return to normal business after gunman’s rampage put the capital on lockdown

Published online: 23 October 2014

Brother, can you spare some screen time?

Artist works with Canada’s homeless population for Montreal Biennial project

Published online: 20 October 2014

Aga Khan’s gift to Canada

Riches of Islamic art and science to be unveiled in Toronto’s new cultural complex

Published online: 10 September 2014

Warrior comes out of his shell

Simon Starling’s sculpture to show its mussels

Published online: 10 June 2014

Biennale de Montréal hopes for a rebirth

After years of troubles with funding and organisation, the Canadian art event is looking forward to its next edition this autumn

Published online: 18 May 2014

Emily Carr sets auction record for a Canadian woman artist

The British Columbia-born painter’s work makes $3m in Toronto

Published online: 02 December 2013

Celebrated Canadian artist Alex Colville dies, aged 92

Toronto-born traditionalist, in both politics and painting, focused on everyday life in Canada

Published online: 24 July 2013

‘Orphaned’ Cézanne watercolour surfaces in Ottawa

Pressure could mount to identify the owner of a work separated from French dealer’s collection

Published online: 17 June 2013

Canadian government funds research on Holocaust-era art

As the country starts its term leading an international alliance, six museums receive $190,000 for provenance project

Published online: 29 April 2013

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