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Installing Jim Revisited with Evan Penny

Canadian artist Evan Penny talks about the challenges of making, transporting and installing his sculpture Jim Revisited, featured in Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012 opening November 2 at the National Gallery...
While jouncing along the back roads of her home reserve in Alberta’s Montana Cree Nation, curator Diana Warren started thinking about using the notion of Aboriginal travel as the basis for an exhibition.
Pompeo Batoni’s Vulcan at his Forge is a perfect example of eighteenth-century cosmopolitanism.
Early on a grey and drizzly Sunday morning, I climbed into a truck in Ottawa to begin a non-stop 2,650-kilometre journey south. I had spent the previous two months finishing the restoration of a painting.....
It is an experience that will make you feel like you are running with the gods on Mount Olympus, and leave you questioning the Cult of Celebrity. Zidane, a 21st Century Portrait (2006) is a compelling video...
De Groot is a Montreal artist, who recently won the 10th annual $50,000 Sobey Art Award for Canadians under 40. The jury for the Award—which is organized annually by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, and...
When Canadian artist Shary Boyle exhibits at the 2013 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale , she will stand among the most innovative and cutting edge contemporary artists in the world.
In 1961, McCullin travelled to Berlin to photograph the construction of the Berlin Wall, winning the British Press Award for his work. In 1964, he covered the war in Cyprus and the Stanleyville massacres in...
In January 2013, Janet Cardiff’s Forty-Part Motet takes centre stage at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG), kicking off a three-year partnership with the National Gallery of Canada.