For the Parisian arts event Nuit Blanche 2011, the Québec-based art trio BGL built a giant bonfire, some 18 metres long, inside of a gymnasium.
A chronicle of two families from Quebec City, the Sewell Family Album is an early “scrap album” that captures their life and memories through photographs.
The Sobey Art Foundation and the National Gallery of Canada have announced the five finalists for the 2018 Sobey Art Award.
For six decades the Canada Pavilion in Venice’s Giardini di Castello has been showing Canada’s most celebrated artists and, since 1980, architects.
Joe Fafard’s dynamic and immersive sculpture "Running Horses" speaks to the power and energy of horses and acknowledges their significance to Canada’s prairie landscapes as well as their special relationship...
Overlooking Parliament, the Ottawa River and the Canadian Museum of History, the National Gallery of Canada has become a place of community.
Wilhelm and Henny Hansen were among the great European collectors of their time, owning beautiful works and creating a survey of Impressionism on the cusp of modern art.
In her sound installations Janet Cardiff redefines our experience of space and enables us to step inside the music.
Laurent Amiot was undoubtedly the most daring silversmith Canadian art has ever known. A towering figure in the history of early silversmithing in 18th- and early 19th-century Quebec, he developed a style so...