If you think Calgary artist Terrance Houle’s work is irreverent, politically incorrect and downright cheeky, you can blame—or thank—his mother.
The Festival of Films on Art is like one of those “supermarket sweeps” game shows, where you try to cram as much into your cart as possible before the time’s up.
Video games can’t be “real” art because they’re a collaboration rather than the expression of one person’s vision. Okay, but opera, ballet, theatre and film are collaborations, too. Does Pac-Man’s design deserve to be in the same museum as Picasso?
By landing a residency, an artist can focus for an uninterrupted period of time on projects, create networking opportunities between artists, critics and curators, and integrate artists into the local community.
An interview with Bayrol Jimenez, whose work can be viewed in Sakàhan: International Indigenous Art, on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 2 September 2013.
The National Gallery pays a visit to Shary Boyle at The Banff Centre to see how she is progressing on the road to representing Canada at the 55th International Art Exhibition of the Venice Biennale, which begins 1 June and runs through to 24 November.
Don't miss this photo gallery accompanied by quotes from the artists! Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art is on view at the NGC from 17 May until 2 September.
Jimmie Durham, Encore tranquillité (2008), fibreglass stone and airplane, 150 x 860 x 806 cm. NGC. Photo © Roman März
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