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Shary Boyle: Representing Canada in Venice, 2013 -- Part 2

The National Gallery pays a visit to Shary Boyle at The Banff Centre to see how she is progressing on the road to representing Canada at the 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, which...
British photographer Don McCullin, famous for his conflict photographs taken around the world during the 20th century, talks with ngcmagazine.ca about the personal cost of recording the horrors of war, famine...
Many of the photographs convey something of the fascination that I imagine was felt by people witnessing these enormous airships at the dawn of aviation. There is also something less tangible in some of the...
Steeling the Gaze is about using portraiture—a European convention that controls the subject—to explode Aboriginal stereotypes and clichés.
Part documentary, part science fiction movie, part musical, A Journey That Wasn’t goes in search of the soul of the Antarctic. It melds fact and fiction, conjuring the many impulses—primal, colonial,...
Gallery Director Sharon Godwin says a newly opened retrospective exhibition of Carl Beam’s work at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery feels like a homecoming.

Evan Penny, the image embedded in the object

Sculptor Evan Penny, born in South Africa but who lives and works in Toronto, talks about his sculpture Jim Revisited 2011, his approach to making art and where he feels he needs to be as an artist to be...

Installing Jim Revisited with Evan Penny

Canadian artist Evan Penny talks about the challenges of making, transporting and installing his sculpture Jim Revisited, featured in Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012 opening November 2 at the National Gallery...
While jouncing along the back roads of her home reserve in Alberta’s Montana Cree Nation, curator Diana Warren started thinking about using the notion of Aboriginal travel as the basis for an exhibition.