The internationally touring exhibition Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery showcases the best of the New Brunswick Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s most prestigious holdings.
An enormous fleet of wooden model airplanes hangs as a mobile at the Art Gallery of Ontario — eye-catching, palpable, and even a little intimidating. Beavers (2003) by Frank Shebageget is just one of many works in Before and after the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes.
This month, 2014 Gershon Iskowitz Prize recipient Liz Magor responds to NGC Magazine's version of The Proust Questionnaire.
Canadian artist Terence Gower's latest pavilion at the Bronx Museum, SuperPuesto, juxtaposes the makeshift architecture of the puesto with the iconic Modernist architectural structures that swept across the Americas in the 1950s and 1960s.
To some, Terry Smith is an iconoclast determined to turn the
contemporary art discourse on its head. To others, he’s simply saying
what many are already thinking.
The NGC has two very special visitors on long-term loan: Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux’s sculptures, Neapolitan Fisherboy with Shell and Girl with a Shell, currently on view in the European art galleries.