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Selected Press

  • ARTFORUM review on “NIRIN” the 22nd Biennale of Sydney, March 2020, that includes Adrian’s work (View Article)
  • CBC Arts article with clip from In the Making in which Adrian discusses the role of the bison in his work and the impact of their slaughter on the Plains Tribes (View Article)
  • CBC Full episode (22 minutes) of In the Making: Adrian Stimson (View Video)
  • CBC article with clip discussion the collaboration between Adrian Stimson and General Idea’s AA Bronson (View Article)
  • CBC article and video about Sketches of Indian Life, an early photograph taken by Adrian Stimson, which parodies a historical image of Old Sun Indian Residential School from 1892 on Siksika Nation (View Article)
  • The Toronto Star article about Adrian and his work Old Sun (View Article)
  • Windspeaker Publication article about Adrian’s first hand experience at a military base in Afghanistan, and the exhibition that was based on it: Holding Our Breath (View Article)
  • Article about Adrian’s 2013 exhibition “Holding Our Breath” at grunt gallery in Vancouver, BC (View Article)
  • Ottawa Citizen article with quotes from Adrian speaking on his exhibition at The National Gallery (View Article)
  • Essay by Ryan Rice and Carla Taunton (View Article)
  • Daily Xtra article (View Article)
  • Humanimalia journal article specifically speaking to themes of animal advocacy in Adrian’s work as a means of reclaiming the indigenous identity (View Article)
  • 2017 overview of Adrian’s work from the exhibition “Mourning and Mayhem: The Work of Adrian Stimson” presented by imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival and A Space Gallery, curated by Wanda Nanibush (View PDF)
  • CBC Arts, Exhibitionists, Behind the Photo: Adrian Stimson reclaims his past by parodying photos from his family’s residential school (View Article)
  • Now Toronto, “Beyond apologies: two artists set a table for reconciliation” (View Article)
  • Canadian Art, Features: “Aesthetic Arousal”: For our Winter 2019 issue themed on Pleasure, we asked seven artists: which works of art turn you on? (View Article)
  • The Globe and Mail, Reviews: “‘I have no apology for genocide’: Artist AA Bronson reckons with his family’s history in latest work” (View Article)
  • The Globe and Mail, Opinion: “The best of 2019 Canadian visual arts: an essential year of Indigenous work, at home and abroad” (View Article)
  • CBC Arts, “Super Queeroes”: June of 1969 was a revolutionary moment for queer rights. 50 years later, we’re celebrating Canadian artists who have shaped our country’s rich LGBTQ history. (View Article)
  • CBC, Calgary: “Siksika artist’s work to hang in National Gallery of Canada after Governor General’s Award” (View Article)
  • The Vancouver Arts Review, “2018 Governor General Award Winner, Adrian Stimson, Explores Indigenous Culture, Identity, and History With Beauty and Humour” (View Article)
  • Frieze, Reviews: “The First Toronto Biennial Uncovers the History of the City’s Shoreline” (View Article)
  • e-flux, “Canadian Cultural Centre – Unmasking : Arthur Renwick, Adrian Stimson, Jeff Thomas” (View Article)
  • Galleries West, “Adrian Stimson Honours Indigenous Warriors”  (View Article)
  • Canadian Art, Features: “Art and Reconciliation” (View Article)
  • Sprawl Calgary, “The Forgotten Calgary Map“ (View Article)