This section gathers posts that showcase highlights from the collection, as well as links made between documents in the collection through serendipitous discovery.
This section highlights exchanges and conversations between the Artexte research community and the contemporary art community. It includes interviews, responses to articles or blog posts, or documentation of institutional partnerships.
This section features the work and observations of the individuals who frequent Artexte, including researchers, authors, students and artists.
This section is dedicated to employees, interns and volunteers who discuss their professional experience.
Revisiting A Leap in the Dark After Thirty Years
A Brief History of W.O.R.K.S
Repeating Refrains at Regent Park: Lillian Allen’s Riddim Lines
Nna m, how do I ask: “Is a language a flag?”
Unboxing – 381 – HONGRIE – ARTPOOL (Budapest)
The Artexte Unboxings. A Chance Unboxing
Klara du Plessis and Kadie Salmon. Narrative of Process: Activating the Artist’s Book
Interview with Beck Gilmer-Osborne Part 2 – A THOUSAND CUTS AND CENSORSHIP
Interview with Beck Gilmer-Osborne – Part 1: Looking at Archival Practices and the Work of Trans and 2Spirit Moving Image Artists
You are the Artist of Your Life: An Interview with Anna Banana
Furthering Action For Community Safety: the Anti-Harassment Working Group at Art+Feminism
The Exploration of Artexte’s Collection on Street Art, Graffiti and Mural Art
Feminism as a contribution model for Wikipedia
Heartbreak/Who Gets to Be Remembered: Black Women in and Around the Archives
A conversation with Richard Layzell
A conversation with John Latour
A conversation with Michèle Champagne
Examining the role of the art library in the artistic community
Artist and Activist Networks: Constituting Asian Canadian Contemporary Art in the 1980s and ’90s
Lost in the mail: Digitizing the Réjean F. Côté mail art collection
Selection – The Lion’s Share
Ho Tam and Jenny Lin
Selection – A Relatively Small Collection
Exploring the performative practice of self-publishing