An Art News Roundup – April 4, 2019


Artists whose work is in Glenbow’s collection have been making the news this month: Kent Monkman has been commissioned to create new work for the Metropolitan Museum in New York; Alex Janvier’s latest public artwork was unveiled at the Alberta Legislature; A tribute to the late Joe Fafard; and we learn a few fascinating things about the influential artist Carolee Schneeman. Plus, Canada has new art laws and Dior costumes the ballet Phillip Glass Evening.


The Met Will Use its Facade and Great Hall to Showcase Contemporary Art – The New York Times – read


“House of talk”: Alex Janvier’s latest work is unveiled at Alberta Legislature – CBC – read


Saskatchewan sculptor Joe Fafard’s work inspired generations of visual artists – The Globe and Mail – read


5 Things to Know About the Late, Great, Carolee Schneemann – Artspace – read


Budget 2019 Changes Canada’s Art Laws, and More – Canadian Art – read


At the World Premiere of Nuit Blance, Costumed by Dior, Fashion and Ballet Collided Gracefully Onstage – Vogue – read

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