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The series "Platforms" activates Rashid Johnson's installation to create spaces of interaction, dialogue and connectedness.
The 13th Kaunas Biennial explores stories of human resilience, adaptation and survival that unite in the context and passage of time.
Adopting the philosophy of Impressionism, Canadian artists embraced the movement’s novel ideas and techniques, modifying them to their own artistic traditions and creating their own visual expressions.
Active in England, South Africa and Canada, Minna Keene was one of the few women who achieved success as photographers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
The NGC's Conservation Internship for Diversity aims to support and increase the representation of conservation professionals from diverse communities.
Diana Nemiroff's new book celebrates the achievements of Jean Sutherland Boggs, Hsio-yen Shih and Shirley Thomson, three women directors who have shaped the Gallery.
Gwen John’s portrait of a female sitter is representative of her serene, introspective depictions of women from the mid-1910s onward.
Charles Stankievech's digital work "No6902" is centred on the mysteries surrounding the Gallery's painting "Augustus and Cleopatra" and the art historian who was instrumental in its acquisition.
A card by Takao Tanabe from the Archives of the National Gallery of Canada.