• Lawren S. Harris, Billboard (Jazz) [detail], 1921

    Your Collection at the NGC: Lawren S. Harris

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  • Photo: Courtesy of Coast Salish Arts / Kenji Nagai

    An Interview with Susan Point

  • Teresa Margolles, Tela bordada (Embroidered fabric), detail, 2012

    Teresa Margolles: On View at the MACM

  • Unknown (Naskapi Artist), Hunting Coat (detail), c. 1840
  • Eadweard Muybridge, Running at full speed (detail)

    Clocks for Seeing: On View at the AGA

  • Pierre Aupilardjuk and Shary Boyle, Facing Forward (detail), 2016

    Earthlings: On View at Esker Foundation

  • Lawren S. Harris, Billboard (Jazz) [detail], 1921
  • Nancy Graves: From Camels to Moonscapes
  • Photo: Courtesy of Coast Salish Arts / Kenji Nagai
  • Teresa Margolles, Tela bordada (Embroidered fabric), detail, 2012
  • Unknown (Naskapi Artist), Hunting Coat (detail), c. 1840
  • Eadweard Muybridge, Running at full speed (detail)
  • Pierre Aupilardjuk and Shary Boyle, Facing Forward (detail), 2016

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    This winter, aficionados of Canadian contemporary and Indigenous art won’t want to miss a special display in Upper Contemporary Gallery B205 at the NGC. Brian Jungen’s Shapeshifter (2000) and Vienna (2003) are currently on view together. 

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    In this time-lapse video, the NGC's Technical Services team takes down Ai Weiwei's majestic and towering sculpture, Tree (2009–2010), which was recently on view in the NGC's Contemporary Galleries.

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