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Opening on 17 May, Sakahàn will feature more than 150 works by over 80 contemporary artists from around the world, making it the largest-ever global survey of contemporary Indigenous art.
From the outside it doesn’t look like much: a modest and unadorned plywood box. Yet, when contemporary art curator and sculptor David Norr first experienced The Paradise Institute by Janet Cardiff and George...

An interview with Rafael Goldchain

An interview with photographer Rafael Goldchain, whose photographs are featured in Clash: Conflict and Its Consequences .
The Art Gallery of Alberta’s partnership with the National Gallery of Canada will fill Edmonton's spring with Dutch historical landscapes alongside well-known Canadian works on the same theme.
Recently awarded the prestigious $40,000 British Columbia National Award for Canadian Non-Fiction, Solar Dance provides a fascinating account of how and why Van Gogh turned into an icon during the early 1900s...
Fred Herzog figures he has taken hundreds of thousands of photographs in over 40 countries, and more cities than he can name. At the age of 82, he is still driven to capture the essence of back alleys, out-of-...
Bill Brandt was a master of the nighttime scene, able to render cityscapes and wilderness scenes in the darkest of tones, and constructing moods that shifted from eerie to romantic. Brandt’s Oakworth Moor ,...
It wasn’t until “very, very late in life,” that George Escher realized his dad—the internationally acclaimed artist M.C. Escher—might be doing “something unusual.” ... “In hindsight you realize it was kind of...
Escher was fascinated by infinity, math and physics, not to mention light, color and printmaking. Those combined passions led him to create art that is arguably unparalleled for its depth and complexity.