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Art touches us emotionally and engages us intellectually, creating a reaction and a response. Science shows that art is important for our mental and physical wellbeing.
Albeit a military defeat, the Battle of Dunkirk is considered a beacon of light and hope for the British and Allied Forces in the Second World War.
The National Gallery of Canada remained a peripatetic institution well into the 20th century, not finding a permanent home until the completion of Moshe Safdie's building in the late 1980s.
Saturated with references to photography and art history, Stephen Waddell’s images are documents of fleeting moments in mid-narrative.
Noah Friebel, Curtiss Randolph and Katherine Takpannie are the winners of the 2020 New Generation Photography Award.
Although the members of the Group of Seven are famous for their paintings of landscape, the majority of them began their careers in graphic design.
As the recipient of the inaugural Lacey Prize, the not-for-profit centre Hamilton Artists Inc has chosen to use the prize for practical improvements, artist support and programming.
Renowned for her photographs, films, writings and photobooks, Moyra Davey imbues her work with personal narration and memory alongside text and influences of literary figures.
While continuing to create paintings on a large scale, these artists sought to go beyond the practice of the earlier Abstract Expressionists and came to be associated with post-painterly abstraction.