Canadian Centre for Architecture director Giovanna Borasi on the psychological impact of the pandemic in urban spaces.
Their signature LED wristbands — made with recycled plastic — created a “moment of unity” during J.Lo and Shakira’s halftime show at the Super Bowl.
Highlights of the Mile Ex space’s new programming, showcasing Afro-Diasporic artists and art exploring migration and borders.
The Museum of Fine Arts’ About Face features portraiture by Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons and Rachel Harrison.
The Canadian Centre for Architecture exhibit Building a new New World: Amerikanizm in Russian Architecture explores a new angle on old rivals.
An interview with Dillon Orr about his digital-stage event at Phi Centre.
Eva and Franco Mattes’s What Has Been Seen is on now at the Phi Foundation.
Archipelago of the Invisibles has an astonishing sense of storytelling for an exhibition of non-narrative works.
Rough Cuts and Outtakes is the museum’s second of three collections of anarchitectural work by Gordon Matta-Clark.
Photographer Celia Perrin Sidarous captures her delight over objects in the exhibition The Archivist.