Remaining true to this ideal, the Golden Cockerel Press became known for its superbly crafted books and the wood engraved illustrations created by eminent artists of the 20th century.
In her work, renowned artist Rebecca Belmore creates tension between difficult subjects and beautiful aesthetics. Her latest exhibition in Toronto continues to address the pressing issues of our time.
This month, internationally acclaimed Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky responds to NGC Magazine's version of The Proust Questionnaire.

Laurent Amiot: all the videos

Curator René Villeneuve discusses the work of Laurent Amiot, on view in the very first retrospective devoted to the artist.
Esther remembers vividly the day her artist mother, Christiane Pflug, painted her portrait in the open doorway of their Toronto home.
Gustav Klimt’s Portrait of Elisabeth Lederer is an imposing, dazzling painting that speaks of the power, elegance and confidence of Vienna’s high society in the early 20th century.

A tour of the Impressionist Treasures

Associate Curator Erika Dolphin gives a tour of the exhibition Impressionist Treasures: The Ordrupgaard Collection.
A highly accomplished photographer, Donald W. Buchanan believed the camera provided a means to frame the world and the camera lens brought reality into sharp focus.
Lawren Harris’s urban scenes played a key role in his exploration of the role of art in the transformations of Canadian society.