A Study in Contrast: Sybil Andrews and Gwenda Morgan, now on view at the AGGV, features more than 60 works examining how two artists, both educated at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London, England, went on to develop very different styles of printmaking.
For anyone whose interest in Painters Eleven has been piqued by the National Gallery’s Jack Bush retrospective, a trip to The Robert McLaughlin Gallery is probably in order.
When he heard that the notorious Kingston Penitentiary
was due to close after 178 years, photographer Geoffrey James approached
Jan Allen, Curator of Kingston’s Agnes Etherington Art Gallery, about
creating a photographic record of the facility.
Lisette Model's famous Coney Island Bather, New York is bold and exuberant, revealing the eccentricities of human subjects with tenderness and humour. It is also one of over two hundred photographs donated to the National Gallery by the artist’s estate.
In this video, the co-curators of the Jack Bush exhibition, Marc Mayer and Sarah Stanners, talk about Canadian artist Jack Bush, whose life is a fascinating story of a mid-century commercial artist turned vanguard abstract painter. His career traces a long journey toward creative independence, providing many new and delightful vantage points onto the history of abstract art.
In this video, artist Ed Pien discusses his work, currently on view at the NGC as part of Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014.
In this video, artist Philippa Jones discusses her work, currently on view at the NGC as part of Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014.
In this video, artist Mario Doucette discusses his work, currently on view at the NGC as part of Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014.
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