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The 2023 Scotiabank New Generation Photography Award exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada presents the works of the three winning artists – Hannah Doucet, Wynne Neilly and Gonzalo Reyes Rodriguez.
Seeing Karsh's photographs of Picasso and Riopelle alongside examples of preliminary sketches by these artists can give viewers a different, broader perspective of them and their work.
Allan Edson's painting “Shawinigan Falls” is a rare example by this artist, who was considered one of the great Canadian landscape painters of the 19th-century.
In her work, Roni Horn examines the interconnections between nature and emotional identity, perception and changes.
For the 2022 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts exhibition, the Gallery organized interventions broadened with a community outreach component.
In her work, Mexican artist Teresa Margolles reflects on the voiceless victims and tragic deaths in her native country, set against the backdrop of endemic violence, feminicide and social injustice.
The five finalists of the Sobey Art Award 2023 are Michèle Pearson Clarke, Séamus Gallagher, Kablusiak, Gabrielle L'Hirondelle Hill and Anahita Narouzi.
One of the most sought-after portrait painters of his generation, Glyn Philpot modernized the genre through his choice of subjects and an open expression of his homosexuality.
Judy Anderson's "Exploit Robe (Toying Around)" articulates and carries forward the deeply meaningful tradition of honouring relationship of family, and in particular of mother and child.