Glamour. At once elusive and instantly recognizable, it’s a mysterious quality — epitomized by the sparkly gowns and shining faces at red-carpet premieres. But what happens once the cameras disappear? When the fantasy is over? Those are just some of the questions explored in a new exhibition, currently on view at the Ryerson Image Centre.
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.
Geneviève Cadieux: Here you may see the best portrait that, later, I was able to make of him. Passages to Abstraction. is a new two-part exhibition being presented in Halifax. Recontextualizing earlier works by Cadieux, along with some of her more recent works, the exhibition’s two halves are on view concurrently at the Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, and the Dalhousie Art Gallery.
Canadian painter and printmaker Leslie Reid spoke with NGC Magazine about her ongoing fascination with light and place, new directions her work is taking, and her upcoming shows.
In this video, artist Vanessa Paschakarnis discusses her work, which was on view at the NGC as part of Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014.
In this video, artist Luke Parnell discusses his work, which was on view at the NGC as part of Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014.
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