“Nature is so beautiful that adding to it has no purpose.”
To commemorate the Hollow Tree’s hallowed history, a golden sculpture in its likeness has been created by none other than Vancouver’s Douglas Coupland.
This September, Treadright and Canada’s Manitobah Mukluks Storyboot Project establish a semi-permanent school of traditional mukluk and moccasin artisanship in Toronto’s Bata Shoe Museum.
There’s nothing quite as charmingly twee as a Wes Anderson scene—except, perhaps, a boxed diorama of a Wes Anderson scene.
The combination of art, architecture, and wine—white, red, and the rosé for which Provence is famous— is what makes Château La Coste different.
“Nature is the most perfect creation that exists on Earth”—so says Russian artist-jeweller Ilgiz Fazulzyanov on his design muse. But don’t expect his pieces to be mere replicas of Mother Nature.
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.