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The works of Curtiss Randolph, Katherine Takpannie, Noah Friebel, Dustin Brons, Chris Donovan and Dainesha Nugent-Palache create juxtapositions, histories and different realities.
Investigating the first painting the National Gallery of Canada bought as a Rembrandt brings new conclusions.
Collected over forty years, the Meakins-McClaran collection presents a journey through the ages, bringing together exquisite prints from Early Modern Northern Europe and beyond.
Tau Lewis’ laborious hands-on process of making is committed to healing personal and collective traumas, especially in relation to histories and lived experiences within the African diaspora.
Sports photography not only captures the moment of achievement or defeat, it can also reflect social and cultural representations and perceptions of different sports and athletes.
For its showing in Ottawa, the Gallery has added two different voices that trace connections and explore the impact on Indigenous and Black peoples of the Dutch Republic’s colonial projects in the 17th century.
The Gallery’s Rembrandt exhibition explores the transformative decades of the artist’s career in the commercial capital of the Dutch Republic, a nascent democracy funded by colonialism and trade.
Sasha Suda outlines the Gallery's new Strategic Plan, its new visual identity and their significance as the Gallery moves forward.
The Montreal Canadiens have become one of the most successful ice hockey teams of all times, their long and rich history captured in news images for the illustrated press.