The Kelowna Art Gallery’s current exhibition, Landon Mackenzie: Parallel Journey: Works on Paper (1975-2015), aims to highlight Mackenzie’s unique background while profiling the works on paper that, unbeknownst to many, defined a large portion of her artistic career.
Beauty’s Awakening: Drawings by the Pre-Raphaelites and Their Contemporaries from the Lanigan Collection features more than 120 works by well-known artists of the 19th century. In this interview with NGC Magazine, Associate Curator Dr. Sonia Del Re discusses some of her favourites.
Known for cheekily subverting everything from traditional iconography to preconceptions about Indigenous art, Kent Monkman has combined his current preoccupations to elegant effect in Kent Monkman: The Rise and Fall of Civilization, an astonishing new installation at the Gardiner Museum in Toronto.
Toronto-based artist Abbas Akhavan is this year’s winner of the prestigious Sobey Art Award. The drawing, installation, video and performance artist claimed the prize on October 28 at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia’s Award Announcement Gala.
Popular notions about what it means to be alive are becoming increasingly subjective and nuanced. An exhibition at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery is asking visitors to ponder what it means to be self-aware when the existence of sentience is ambiguous.
After the end of the Franco-Prussian War, Claude Monet returned to Paris from England. The artist began experimenting with a style of painting that would see him become one of the leaders of the Impressionist Movement. In this video, curator Anabelle Kienle Poňka discusses this unique period in Claude Monet’s career.
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