‘Segregation: The Antithesis of Art’

“‘Indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} activists in Canada have forced the cancellation of an art show in Toronto that drew direct inspiration from ‘indigenous’ art. 

“Six years ago, the Canadian painter Amanda PL traveled to Thunder Bay in Ontario to study art education at Lakehead University. There, she became entranced with a lush, surrealistic form of Anishinabe painting known as the Woodlands style. When she returned home to Toronto, where she was born and raised, Amanda PL began to paint Woodland paintings. Next month, she was to have her first solo exhibition, at the new ‘Visions Gallery’ in the Leslieville district of Toronto.

“That show, however, has been canceled because of accusations of ‘cultural appropriation’ leveled against Amanda PL… Continue reading “‘Segregation: The Antithesis of Art’”

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