1. Art Out of Sight: Hilma af Klint at the Guggenheim

    25 Jan 2019
    By Laure Brézard Don’t feel uncultured if you haven’t heard about the painter Hilma af Klint (until last week, I hadn’t either, and until the first solo exhibition in the US dedicated to her opened at the Guggenheim last October, I doubt many people outside the art world had). The…

  2. Tarot Art: Different Readings of Your Fortune

    18 Jan 2019
    By Laure Brézard Salvador Dali, “King of Pentacles” Salvador Dali, “The Moon” Salvador Dali, “The Sun” Salvador Dali, “The Tower” Tarot cards are a fairly widespread form of fortune-telling, and as most fortune-telling mediums, they are often fascinating and seemingly inaccessible to us mere mortals. However, with some practice, we…

  3. Online Etiquette: An Interview with Kaylina Kodlick

    17 Jan 2019
    By Katya Conrad Kaylina Kodlick It’s not every day that you get to talk to someone as creative, intelligent and kind as Kaylina Kodlick. In October, McGill Cultural Studies and Art History student Kaylina exhibited an artwork, officially “Untitled” for the Fridge Door Gallery’s IRL/URL vernissage. This was a painting…

  4. The Rise of the Introspective Instagram Comic

    14 Jan 2019
    By Sophia Kamps Bill Watterson My first love with comic strips was Calvin and Hobbes. I never really considered them art. Instead, I considered them stories. Funny, relatable, sometimes oddly heartbreaking stories. When I was seventeen, that precarious age when life seems to be rushing quickly towards an end of…

  5. Lost histories: Bringing stolen artifacts back home

    04 Dec 2018
    By Nicholas Raffoul Redpath Museum In the past year, France, the United Kingdom, and Germany have begun to admit that many works dispersed across their museums and private collections are stolen artifacts from European colonial empires from the 19th century. As these stolen collections demonstrate, legacies of colonialism persist within…

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