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The evolution of Japan in the 20th century is mirrored in the images of Japanese photographers who captured the stories and contrasts of a transforming society.
The Hatfield Rectory album of photographs is an intimate record of the family of Reverend Faithfull and their life at the parsonage at Hatfield in England.
Photographer and multimedia artist Stan Douglas will represent Canada at the 59th Venice Biennale in 2021.
An artist of time, space and solitude, Jean Paul Lemieux merged serene landscape and solitary figures to create emblematic visions of the human condition.
As Ottawa became the capital of Canada, artists visited or moved to the city in search of work and inspiration. Etching proved a popular medium for capturing the rapidly changing face of its cityscape.
Since the 1980s Ken Lum has been creating work that addresses social divisions and disconnect by weaving wry humour into his poignant critique.
In his drawing “Christmas Motif, Hanover”, the artist links a festive moment to his place of inspiration, his hometown in south-western Ontario.
In 1964 William Kurelek exhibited a series of works based on the life of his father and other Ukrainian immigrants in Canada.
Emily Carr's stay in Brittany in 1910–11 proved a formative period that propelled her art beyond traditionalism into modernist expression.