• Jock Macdonald, Etheric Form (detail), 1934

    Jock Macdonald: On View at the Vancouver Art Gallery

  • Vera Frenkel, ONCE NEAR WATER: Notes from the Scaffolding Archive, video still (detail), 2008

    Vera Frenkel: On View at MOCCA

  • Jack Bush, Chopsticks (1977). Private collection. © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014)

    Jack Bush: On View at the NGC

  • Emily Carr, Untitled (Seascape) detail, 1935

    From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia at Dulwich Picture Gallery

  • Philips Koninck, King Solomon Dedicating the Temple outside Jerusalem (detail), circa 1664

    Rembrandt’s Circle: On View at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre

  • Stéphane La Rue, For-te (2012), Russian plywood and stain, installation dimensions variable. NGC

    Canadian Biennial 2014: On View at the NGC

  • Thomas Hart Benton, Trail Riders (detail), 1964–65

    Vanishing Ice: On View at the Glenbow Museum

  • Jean Benoît, The Four Four‑leaved Clovers or Homage to Seurat (detail), 1948

    Your Collection: Jean Benoît

  • Jock Macdonald, Etheric Form (detail), 1934
  • Vera Frenkel, ONCE NEAR WATER: Notes from the Scaffolding Archive, video still (detail), 2008
  • Jack Bush, Chopsticks (1977). Private collection. © Estate of Jack Bush / SODRAC (2014)
  • Emily Carr, Untitled (Seascape) detail, 1935
  • Philips Koninck, King Solomon Dedicating the Temple outside Jerusalem (detail), circa 1664
  • Stéphane La Rue, For-te (2012), Russian plywood and stain, installation dimensions variable. NGC
  • Thomas Hart Benton, Trail Riders (detail), 1964–65
  • Jean Benoît, The Four Four‑leaved Clovers or Homage to Seurat (detail), 1948

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  • Video: Shine a Light

    In this video, five artists in the National Gallery’s exhibition Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014, discuss their works.The artists include: Philipa Jones, Luke Parnell, Vanessa Paschakarnis, Howie Tsui and Isabelle Hayeur.

  • Eiko Emori, Pioneering Graphic Designer

    If Canada gave out titles for Living National Treasures, graphic designer Eiko Emori would certainly qualify. From the 1960s to the 1990s, Ms. Emori produced close to forty exhibition catalogues for the National Gallery.

  • L'avenir (looking forward): The Montreal Biennial

    The Montreal Biennale 2014 is on view at the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art and venues throughout Montreal until January 4, 2015.

  • Five Stellar Artists Vying for 2014 Sobey Art Award

    Established in 2002 by Donald Sobey, the Sobey Art Award has become one of Canada’s most prestigious contemporary art prizes.

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