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Whether part of an installation, or as a standalone medium, painting is finding new favour as a means of expressing complex ideas.
Featuring winning books from this year’s Awards, the exhibition celebrates the impressive work of book designers and encourages visitors to slow down and appreciate the beauty that can be found inside and...
From the Bonhice Psychiatric Hospital in Prague to the Kandahar International Airport in southern Afghanistan, Vancouver-based artist and filmmaker Althea Thauberger is known for her collaborative use of video...
When The Globe and Mail decided to move from its headquarters on Front Street to a new building on King Street in Toronto, a team was faced with the daunting task of deaccessioning more than 750,000...
Multimedia artist Shelley Niro has been widely credited with changing how people look and think about Indigenous art and artists. But her photographs also challenge stereotypes, clichés and every day...
Joyce Wieland had a major crush on Tom Thomson, according to a new exhibition at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinberg, Ontario.
As one of Canada’s most acclaimed contemporary artists, Alex Janvier’s prolific artistic output was on full display recently at the National Gallery of Canada (NGC) in the largest and most comprehensive...
Though known to many as a post-impressionist painter, Paul Gauguin (1848–1903) was in fact an accomplished sculptor, ceramist, printmaker and decorator.
Throughout the summer, fans of Pablo Picasso are in for a major treat at the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG). The WAG’s Picasso experience includes two exhibitions: Picasso: Man and Beast. The Vollard Suite of...