Celebrating 30 Years: The IAQ Highlights Works from the Canada Council Art Bank Collection

By | Feature

For three decades, the Inuit Art Quarterly has been introducing readers around the globe to the brightest and most promising artists the Inuit art world has to offer. As the only magazine devoted exclusively to Inuit and circumpolar Indigenous arts, it has been our great pleasure to share the beauty and vitality of Inuit cultural production both in print and online over the past 30 years. Read More

Museum Spotlight: Anchorage Museum

By | 5 Works

The Inuit Art Quarterly is pleased to connect readers to institutions around the world with a sampling from some of the most unique holdings of Inuit art. For this spotlight on the Anchorage Museum in Anchorage, Alaska, we asked Aaron Leggett, Curator of Alaska History and Culture, to pick the five works he believes speak to the heart of the collection. Read More

Museum Spotlight: Nuuk Kunstmuseum

By | 5 Works

The Inuit Art Quarterly is pleased to connect readers to institutions around the world with a sampling from some of the most unique holdings of Inuit art. For this spotlight on the Nuuk Kunstmuseum in Nuuk, Greenland we asked curators Nivi Christensen and Stine Lundberg Hansen to pick 5 works they believe speak to the heart of the collection. Read More

Reviews: Boarder X

By | Review

Boarder X is the first exhibition of its kind to bring together the work of Inuit, First Nations and Métis artists who also surf, skate or snowboard, and it is a prodigious blockbuster. The opening alone saw 900 people cross the threshold of the Winnipeg Art Gallery.
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