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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.
The Turner Prize is awarded to a British artist under fifty, for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of work in the twelve months leading up to the nomination deadline. It is widely recognised as...
Towards the end of her life, Watkins — tight-lipped about her past as a photographer — handed a sealed box containing all her photographs to her neighbour Joseph Mulholland, with strict instructions to open it...
Marcel Dzama’s work is populated by a cast of recurring characters: bears, bats, and trees; masked assassins, military officers and acrobatic performers.
Lynne Marsh was born in Vancouver in 1969, and now divides her time between Berlin, London and Montreal. Working with sound and video installations, she is interested in the role that architecture plays in...
Interested in the transfer of energy from one form to another, and the ways in which sculpture might be able to harness this life force, Altmejd conceives his works as elaborate stage sets, upon which he can...
After a successful tour across Europe, Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven is back in Canada, where there’s still time to see some of our country’s most iconic works under one roof before the...
Sculptures in this show at the Alberta Art Gallery are from the National Gallery’s permanent collection of internationally acclaimed artists.
During the late 1920s and 1930s, André Biéler produced an important body of prints and paints in tempera, watercolour, casein and oil. He painted few large oils, however, and Before the Auction is his largest...