The Leonard Cohen You Don’t Know

A new exhibition, filled with notebooks, photos and intimate archival materials, unveils a yet-unseen side of the Canadian icon’s creative life.

For top cultural jobs, Canadians need not apply

Many of Canada’s biggest arts institutions are now run by foreigners. Is that so bad?

Why art galleries are quietly clearing out their vaults

Inside the quiet world of deaccessioning, where art in vaults is being sold to pay for pricey renos or more desirable pieces

Ai Weiwei: the man who isn’t there

The absence of China’s most famous international artist is palpable at his Canadian show, a reminder of a precarious life

Two autumn days in Algonquin Park

Behind the scenes of the Tom Thomson documentary


David Blackwood finally gets his moment in the sun

Beloved of audiences and, secretly, of collectors, Blackwood’s recognition is 40 years in the making