• Frederick H. Evans, Wells Cathedral: A Sea of Steps (detail), 1903

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    Crossing Borders at the Vancouver Biennale

  • BGL (detail), 2008. Photo © Richard-Max Tremblay. Courtesy of BGL

    BGL’s Canadassimo: Abundantly Canadian in Venice

  • Tom Thomson, The Pointers (detail), 1915

    A Story of Canadian Art: On View at the Kelowna Art Gallery

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  • Yinka Shonibare, MBE, The Age of Enlightenment – Immanuel Kant (detail) [2008]

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  • John Greer, Skeptical Spectacles (1974)

    John Greer: On View at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

  • Frederick H. Evans, Wells Cathedral: A Sea of Steps (detail), 1903
  • Ai Weiwei, F Grass (2014), cast iron. Photo: Roaming the Planet
  • BGL (detail), 2008. Photo © Richard-Max Tremblay. Courtesy of BGL
  • Tom Thomson, The Pointers (detail), 1915
  • Paraskeva Clark, Myself (detail), 1933
  • Colville EN
  • Yinka Shonibare, MBE, The Age of Enlightenment – Immanuel Kant (detail) [2008]
  • John Greer, Skeptical Spectacles (1974)

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