• Laurent Amiot, Regency Teapot (c. 1815)

    National Gallery of Canada Review 2016

  • Unidentified Photographer, Paper rolls in The Globe and Mail press room (detail), 1956

    Cutline: The Photography Archives of the Globe and Mail

  • Sobey Art Award

    2016 Sobey Art Award Longlist

  • Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Marie Antoinette and her Children (detail), 1787

    Marie Antoinette and her Children: An Icon of French Painting

  • John Baldessari, Pelicans Staring at Woman with Nose Bleeding (1984)

    MashUp: On View at the Vancouver Art Gallery

  • Unknown, Lamp with Psyche (detail)

    Your Collection: Lamp with Psyche

  • Paraskeva Clark, Leningrad Memories - Public Bath (detail), 1964

    Paraskeva Clark: On View at the Ottawa Art Gallery

  • Laurent Amiot, Regency Teapot (c. 1815)
  • Unidentified Photographer, Paper rolls in The Globe and Mail press room (detail), 1956
  • Sobey Art Award
  • Élisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Marie Antoinette and her Children (detail), 1787
  • John Baldessari, Pelicans Staring at Woman with Nose Bleeding (1984)
  • Unknown, Lamp with Psyche (detail)
  • Paraskeva Clark, Leningrad Memories - Public Bath (detail), 1964

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  • Rebel Image Makers at the AGO Outsiders: American Photography and Film 1950s–1980s features more than 300 works by some of the world’s best-known artists. As co-curator Jim Shedden said in an interview with NGC Magazine, the works in the exhibition “capture something of the real human energy that was in America then, in subtle and radical ways not represented by the mainstream.”
  • Origins and Ancestry: Abraham Anghik Ruben

    Narratives permeate the sculptures of Canadian artist Abraham Anghik Ruben, telling tales of war, trade, hunting, spirituality, and ancient Inuit and Viking beliefs. Ruben is the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Inuit Art in Toronto: Beyond Aurora Borealis: Abraham Anghik Ruben, which features a collection of new, large-scale sculptures.

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  • John Hall: The Relevance of Realism An exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery is challenging perceptions and prejudices about Realist art. John Hall: Travelling Light. A forty-five-year survey of paintings examines the career of Kelowna-based artist John Hall, whose highly realistic paintings explore the qualities of light while confirming the enduring significance of a traditional style.
  • Barnett Newman: The Late Work

    In 2015, the Menil Collection in Houston, Texas, mounted an exhibition on Barnett Newman’s final five years, a period that includes Voice of Fire. The exhibition catalogue, Barnett Newman: The Late Work, 1965–1970 — featuring paintings and sculpture from several institutions, including three works from the National Gallery of Canada — is a spare and elegant tribute to one of the most important American artists of the mid-twentieth century.

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