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Rebecca Belmore’s "The Named and the Unnamed" is a commemoration and a protest over the disappearance of more than 65 women in Vancouver.
In the late 1730s, Chardin conceived two genre paintings as a pair that depict day-to-day domestic interactions on different social levels.
Best known for his Vimy Memorial honouring the deaths of Canadians in the First World War, Walter Allward subsequently created over 100 sketches on the sacrifice and devastation of war.
Kalaaleq performance artist, poet, actor, storyteller and writer Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory is the winner of the 2021 Sobey Art Award.
Michael Snow's 1975 photo bookwork "Cover to Cover" cleverly exploits the conventions of the book, be it the exhibition catalogue, the notebook or the family album.
The annual Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts celebrate the talent, diversity and creativity of Canada’s artists.
"Department Store, Mobile, Alabama" by Black American photographer Gordon Parks is an icon of mid-20th-century photography, a window into the fabric of mid-century American society.
The Ontario region finalist for the Sobey Art Award 2021, Rajni Perera explores diasporic mythology through the lens of science fiction.
A 2021 Sobey Art Award finalist, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory is a kalaaleq (Greenlandic Inuk) performance artist, poet, actor, storyteller and writer based in Iqaluit, who is known for performing uaajeerneq.