• Michel de Broin, Lost Object (2003–13)

    Comedy Meets Tragedy at Dunlop Art Gallery

  • Takao Tanabe, Yellow Sky (detail), 1967

    An Interview with Takao Tanabe

  • Max Pohly, Police Dog Establishment in Kummersdorf, Germany (detail), c. 1915

    The Great War: On View at the NGC

  • Scottie Wilson, Untitled (Far Eastern Town) [detail], date unknown

    Crossing Boundaries at the Carleton University Art Gallery

  • Jimmie Durham, Encore tranquillité (detail), 2008)

    Jimmie Durham: Encore tranquillité

  • Tom Thomson, Sketch for The Jack Pine (detail), spring 1916

    Tom Thomson: The Jack Pine and The West Wind On View at the NGC

  • Robert Davidson, The Happy Blowhole (detail), 1992

    Epiphany: On View at the University of Victoria Legacy Art Galleries

  • Installation Video: Gustave Doré

    Video: Gustave Doré, The Poem of the Vine

  • Michel de Broin, Lost Object (2003–13)
  • Takao Tanabe, Yellow Sky (detail), 1967
  • Max Pohly, Police Dog Establishment in Kummersdorf, Germany (detail), c. 1915
  • Scottie Wilson, Untitled (Far Eastern Town) [detail], date unknown
  • Jimmie Durham, Encore tranquillité (detail), 2008)
  • Tom Thomson, Sketch for The Jack Pine (detail), spring 1916
  • Robert Davidson, The Happy Blowhole (detail), 1992
  • Installation Video: Gustave Doré

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