• Art in Embassies
  • Future Station LRT. Source: Kristy Trinier

    2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art

  • Niviasi (Niviaksiak) and printed by Iyola Kingwatsiak or Kananginak Pootoogook, Polar Bear and Cub (detail), 1959

    Inuit Prints, Japanese Inspiration: On View at the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke

  • Christian Marclay, The Clock (detail), 2010, single channel video, duration: 24 hours

    The Clock: On View at the AGA

  • Vikky Alexander, West Edmonton Mall Series, No. 17 (detail) [1992]

    Store/Fronts: On View at MOCCA

  • David Milne, The Shore Line, Six Mile Lake (detail), 1933–37

    Outstanding Selections at the McMaster Museum of Art

  • Bernardo Cavallino, The Vision of St. Dominic (detail), c. 1640–1645

    Your Collection: Bernardo Cavallino

  • Suzy Lake, Imitation of Myself #1 ... (detail), 1973/2012

    An Interview with Suzy Lake

  • Art in Embassies
  • Future Station LRT. Source: Kristy Trinier
  • Niviasi (Niviaksiak) and printed by Iyola Kingwatsiak or Kananginak Pootoogook, Polar Bear and Cub (detail), 1959
  • Christian Marclay, The Clock (detail), 2010, single channel video, duration: 24 hours
  • Vikky Alexander, West Edmonton Mall Series, No. 17 (detail) [1992]
  • David Milne, The Shore Line, Six Mile Lake (detail), 1933–37
  • Bernardo Cavallino, The Vision of St. Dominic (detail), c. 1640–1645
  • Suzy Lake, Imitation of Myself #1 ... (detail), 1973/2012

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  • Folklore and Other Panics at The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery

    Few have heard of Pollards Point. If you google it, you’ll find the Wikipedia entry for the Bay on which it is located is merely a “stub” revealing only that “White Bay is a large bay in Newfoundland, Canada.” But for artist Jerry Ropson, Pollards Point is very much alive.

  • Sybil Andrews and Gwenda Morgan: A Tale of Two Artists

    A Study in Contrast: Sybil Andrews and Gwenda Morgan, now on view at the AGGV, features more than 60 works examining how two artists, both educated at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London, England, went on to develop very different styles of printmaking.

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  • Geoffrey James: Inside Kingston Penitentiary

    When he heard that the notorious Kingston Penitentiary was due to close after 178 years, photographer Geoffrey James approached Jan Allen, Curator of Kingston’s Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, about creating a photographic record of the facility.

  • Preserving Model’s Legacy

    Lisette Model's famous Coney Island Bather, New York is bold and exuberant, revealing the eccentricities of human subjects with tenderness and humour. It is also one of over two hundred photographs donated to the National Gallery by the artist’s estate.

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