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The latest installation in the contemporary galleries celebrates the rainbow lens of LGBTQ2S+ artists. The selection features works by fifteen artists produced over several decades.
Artist magazines are publications that are produced by artists or contain significant content provided by artists. The lure of this format persists, and every decade sees its own iteration.
A striking preparatory sketch by Danish artist Vilhelm Hammershøi, a leading artist at the turn of the 20th century, is a major new addition to the Gallery’s collection.
Letters written by Molly Lamb, an official war artist, give insight into her art, experiences and work in the armed forces, and the Canadian war effort during the Second World War.
Jutai Toonoo spent his life in Nunavut, capturing the northern landscape and life within his community in his signature non-traditional expressionistic style.
At the Venice Biennale, Stan Douglas presents "Stan Douglas: 2011 ≠ 1848", comprising a set of photographic works and a major new video installation, across two venues in the city.
Artist William E. Smith portrayed the life of Black communities in his prints and was instrumental in promoting the expertise of Black American artists.
Part of the collection of the National Gallery of Canada, a drawing by pioneering 17th-century artist Elisabetta Sirani is connected to a Medici commission.
Séamus Gallagher, Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes and Clara Lacasse are the winners of this year's New Generation Photography Award.