• Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, The Troupe of Mlle Eglantine (detail), c.1896

    Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: On View at the AGA

  • Photo © MOCCA, 2014

    Mark Soo and TBD: On View at MOCCA

  • Jean Sutherland Boggs with Edgar Degas’ La femme à l’ombrelle (detail), c. 1876, May 18, 1976. NGC, Ottawa. Photo: John Galt

    A Tribute to Jean Sutherland Boggs (1922–2014)

  • George A. Reid, Logging (detail), 1888

    Your Collection at the NGC: George A. Reid

  • Shelagh Keeley, german notes / after lucretius / de rerum natura (detail), 2013

    An Interview with Shelagh Keeley: On View at The Power Plant

  • Jean McEwen, Untitled (detail), 1966

    Jean McEwen: On View at the Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke

  • Simon Tookoome, Shaman (detail), 1971

    Inuit Fantastic Art: On View at the Winnipeg Art Gallery

  • Liz Magor, Hudson’s Bay Dou­ble, 2011

    An Interview with Liz Magor

  • Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, The Troupe of Mlle Eglantine (detail), c.1896
  • Photo © MOCCA, 2014
  • Jean Sutherland Boggs with Edgar Degas’ La femme à l’ombrelle (detail), c. 1876, May 18, 1976. NGC, Ottawa. Photo: John Galt
  • George A. Reid, Logging (detail), 1888
  • Shelagh Keeley, german notes / after lucretius / de rerum natura (detail), 2013
  • Jean McEwen, Untitled (detail), 1966
  • Simon Tookoome, Shaman (detail), 1971
  • Liz Magor, Hudson’s Bay Dou­ble, 2011

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  • Fantastical Objects at the Walter Phillips Gallery

    Fantastical. Whimsical. Mischievous. These are just a few of the words that come to mind when thinking about Be Mysterious, an exhibition on display at the Walter Phillips Gallery at the internationally renowned Banff Centre in Alberta.

  • Rodney Graham in Vancouver

    It seems fitting that three Vancouver galleries joined forces this year to exhibit works by Rodney Graham. One venue would seem almost constraining for an artist who draws upon a multitude of inspirations, and who has been variously described throughout his career as a filmmaker, photographer, sculptor, conceptualist, and even a rock singer.

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  • Terence Gower at the Bronx Museum

    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. 

  • Terry Smith: Thinking Contemporary Art

    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.

  • Iconic Sculptures by Carpeaux on Display at the National Gallery

    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.

  • Mythic Creatures Come to Life in Newfoundland

    Newfoundland is a place where folklore and legend often blend together, reflecting the island’s history, while providing a way to communicate what happens in daily life. This long-held attachment to the fantastical makes it an ideal province to host the National Gallery of Canada’s travelling exhibition: Beautiful Monsters: Beasts and Fantastic Creatures in Early European Prints.

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