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National Gallery of Canada Artist Interview: Cesar Lopez

An interview with Cesar Lopez, one of the artists in Sakàhan: International Indigenous Art , on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 2 September 2013.
The Scotiabank Photography Award—now in its third year—is Canada’s largest annual peer-reviewed award for excellence in Canadian contemporary photography.
Michel Sapone was born in 1912, in a small village just north of Naples. Following an apprenticeship as a tailor and completion of his wartime service, in the Spring of 1950 Sapone found himself in Saint-Paul-...
The exhibition of twenty works titled The Noble Art of the Carracci and their School: A Selection of Drawings and Prints , presented at the National Gallery of Canada until January 2014, highlights the ways in...

National Gallery of Canada Artist Interview: Vernon Ah Kee

An interview with Vernon Ah Kee, one of the artists in Sakàhan: International Indigenous Art , on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 2 September 2013.
In mid-nineteenth-century Canada, expansion was in the air. Industry, strengthened by a flurry of railway building, was eager to exploit the vast resources of the Interior. Young farmers, unable to find land...
Markonish organized the Oh Canada exhibition catalogue by geographical region, prompting me to consider the ever-elusive "identity" of artists in the Atlantic region. But piecing together a solid regionalist...

National Gallery of Canada Artist Interview: Sonny Assu

An interview with Sonny Assu, one of the artists in Sakàhan: International Indigenous Art , on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 2 September 2013.
Peter Paul Rubens is a household name—one of those painters we’ve all heard about, but likely don’t really know. Famous for painting full-figured women, he produced an enormous body of work, and was himself...