fine art

Where are Canada’s starring artists?

Canadian art has its lovers and its haters, but it needs a new funding model—and more Canadian eyes on it

Framed by fortune

One painting, nearly three minutes, 11.2 million dollars: Inside the sale of Canada’s most expensive artwork

Melee in Milan: The fight to keep museums alive in art-rich Italy

A Canadian is part of a huge fight to save the art world’s most important museums from themselves

The collage graduate: Geoffrey Farmer’s mixed-media masterpieces

More than mere collage, Geoffrey Farmer’s odd, delightful and impossible-to-label art exhibit hits Vancouver en route to the Louvre

Could art forgeries be even better than the real thing?

Art forgers not only turn themselves in, they have lucrative careers even after conviction. Just ask Michelangelo.

Holding your gaze: Winnipeg exhibit finds art in the ordinary

Micah Lexier’s new exhibit on the streets of Winnipeg finds a deeper significance in seemingly simple objects


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