This labyrinth of beloved objects and curios has something for everyone — even a 16th century bibliophile — tucked away.
Winner of this past year’s fashion Pop event, Christina Julien launches her first pop up shop at l’Espace Pop.
Hagar Cygler found 46 pictures of a woman named Hana in a flea market. Cygler then decided to find out who Hana really was.
Winter refuses to end, but there’s no reason to suffer needlessly. A few products from Carriage 44 can turn the home bathroom into a home spa.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.
Never one to shy away from difficult subjects, Diaz’ This is How You Lose Her is a tour de force of language while presenting realistic and complex relationships.
What to buy at Puces Pop for the person who brings the yang element into your life.
Roxanne Arsenault curates a book collection about kitsch as part of the Formats X series at Librarie Formats.
Our selection of delightful goods on offer at Puces Pop that are lacey, romantic, pink, and feminine.
Visual and new media artist Jennifer Chan curates .gifs by 25 international artists as part of .dpi 28 Gender(ed) Culture on the Internet launch.
Beautiful one-of-a-kind, artisanal goods on offer at the SAT’s souk make unique gifts for everyone on your list this year.
We went to Expozine and this is what we found there.