At Edmonton’s Concrete Cat studio, concrete transcends its mundane reputation and is suddenly recast as the star of the show.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago celebrates Kerry James Marshall’s vision with a massive retrospective, Kerry James Marshall: Mastry, on view until September 25, 2016.
The Museum of Vancouver’s new exhibit All Together Now: Vancouver Collectors and Their Worlds examines not only curious objects, but the personal motivations of the individuals who collect them.
Now open: the Royal Ontario Museum’s Chihuly, an exhibit of 11 installations including previously unseen incarnations by Seattle-based glass sculptor Dale Chihuly.
“At first, I thought, me? It’s like asking Jim Carrey to curate a Courbet show,” says world-famous actor and writer Steve Martin, who has co-curated an exhibit on Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris.
The Grasslands Project, a series of 10 Canadian National Film Board documentary shorts shot across Southern Alberta and Saskatchewan, aims to demystify the Prairies.
As London’s mayor Sadiq Khan promises to usher in an era of culture-forward urban infrastructure, the Tate Modern’s Switch House appears as a progressive, inclusive beacon.
Although Toronto’s fin-de-siècle rush to the top was largely focused on high finance and even higher skyscrapers, the city’s arts culture has seen notable growth in the past decade.
Until June 26, 2016, attendees to Toronto’s Luminato Festival may bear witness to a strange nude lounging among weeds and cement rubble near the Hearn Generating Station.