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Ali Baba in New York
An illegal immigrant from the Ivory Coast remembers his first few days in New York.
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On the (cutting) edge of the global city
Geographers Jean-Paul Addie and Rob Fiedler on the ways in which changes in Toronto's suburbs are redefining the city as a whole.
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From Toronto to Kingston and back
Photographer Beth Lesser documented Canada and Jamaica's tightly connected reggae scenes during the '70s and '80s.
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The slabs vs. the points: Toronto’s two tower booms
An exploration of the relationship between Toronto's current condo boom and its midcentury predecessor.
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Artworld Toronto: Tristram Lansdowne
"Toronto’s probably got the biggest and most commercially viable art scene in the country, but it’s still not daunting, really."
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Jaaga / Bangalore
An interview with the founders of Bangalore's Jaaga, an innovative arts and community organization in India's tech capital.
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Artworld Addis Ababa: Zach Abubeker
We spoke to photographer Zach Abubeker, an American of Ethiopian descent, about the contemporary art scene in Addis Ababa.
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War and peace in Belfast’s murals
A history of conflict and the attempt to move beyond it in Belfast, seen through the city's murals.
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