Exhibitionists

10 artists reshaping Canada's artistic landscape

A roundup of game-changing artists featured on Exhibitionists

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It's baby's first Christmas! To celebrate the birth of Exhibitionists — CBC Arts' TV sibling, where we explore the most exciting cultural happenings across Canada through a passionate lens — we're spotlighting 10 game-changing artists featured on the show for your seasonal enjoyment. Make it your New Year's resolution to keep an eye out for these names in 2016.

1. Rupi Kaur

Poet and artist Rupi Kaur on how she conquered Instagram with a photograph that challenged taboos around women’s bodies. 5:43

2. Stephen Dunn

Filmmaker Stephen Dunn's feature debut 3:26

3. Ekow Nimako

Ekow Nimako's 50,000 Lego-piece sculpture 4:34

4. Rossif Sutherland

Rossif Sutherland on showing his art to his father 3:41

5. Lisa Lipton

Lisa Lipton on the arts award nomination that changed her life 3:40

6. Miss Me

Montreal artist Miss Me takes her powerful work to the street 4:57

7. Talwst

The tiny worlds of Talwst 6:42

8. Hataw

The rise and rise of Filipino-Canadian dance troupe Hataw 3:41

9. Tapestry Opera

Tapestry Opera and members of F--ked Up join forces 3:38

10. Nina Aquino

Director Nina Lee Aquino recounts the advice that changed her life. 2:02

Watch Exhibitionists Sundays at 4:30pm (5pm NT) on CBC Television.

Exhibitionists, where Canadian artists reshape our country's artistic landscape

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