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In the exhibition Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel, Indigenous languages play a part in encouraging the revival and resurgence of cultural traditions and knowledge.
Four representations of birds reflect the sensitivities of different artists in depicting these impressive and inspirational creatures of the sky.
Outspoken and fearless, artist Jane Ash Poitras has meshed social commentary and cultural meaning in her work and believes that art can be spiritually healing.
Considered a visionary ahead of his time, William Blake is best known for his illuminated books that combined imagery and text in a highly personal form.
The story behind Laurence Hyde’s wood engraving "Love" speaks to heart and mind, as both were fired by the artist’s new and, as time would reveal, true love.
Clarence Gagnon embellished carpenter's frames to match his paintings and express a harmonious overall vision for his work.
Through her installation and performance, artist Maria Hupfield invites us to contemplate "radical solidarity" with Indigenous peoples as a first step in correcting the practices that erase their histories on...
Influenced by the compositional forms and colours of Lawren Harris and the Group of Seven, Mabel May's painting of a snow-covered mountain landscape is a lyrical depiction bathed in atmospheric light.
In her film work, the 2019 Sobey Art Award winner Stephanie Comilang reflects on concepts of home and issues of migration, isolation and labour.