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A Shaman's experience inspired a unique work of wearable art, as beautiful in technique as it is bold in design.
In his art, Jon Rafman strives to explode the partition between reality and the virtual worlds on our screens, experimenting with both immersion and alienation.
An early drawing by Anne-Louis Girodet captures his earliest reflections on a subject that would continue to preoccupy the artist over many years.
Forensic analysis of Lewis M. Rutherfurd’s Moon reveals intriguing details about the object’s support and its display history.
In her work Kapwani Kiwanga is compelled by items and articles that evidence the imbalances created by, or that uphold, the social, political and economic power structures organizing society.
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.