HEAVY SHINE emerges from an ongoing collaboration between Toronto-based ceramic artist Dianne Lee and New Orleans-based visual artist Robyn LeRoy-Evans. Creating an archive of their own bodies in contact with the specific materials of clay, fabric, and paint, the artists explore how their gendered labour creates a formal language: folds… Read More

Dawoud Bey, John Edmonds, Wardell Milan

Three generations of African American artists consider how photographs continue to shape Black experiences Read More

epoch, stage, shell

Appropriating large-scale structures normally used for advertising to challenge preconceptions of beauty Read More

Still—Your Bubble

A fully automated portrait studio captures COVID social bubbles for posterity Read More

We Buy Gold

LGBTQ+ artists foreground the longings and contradictions of their queer realities Read More

For Jimmy

A declaration of love from Jeff Bierk to his collaborator, Jimmy James Evans Read More

Movers and Makers

Black diaspora artists respond to this moment of extraordinary cultural, social, political, and artistic shifts Read More