Amyn Nasser’s cityscape photographs capture an intimate ode to the City of Glass.
The most important exhibition of the 19th-century French painter’s work in Canada in over two decades makes its only North American pit-stop.
Throughout summer, an artistically-shot film of spawning salmon will be projected onto the underside of Vancouver’s Cambie Bridge.
This site-specific installation from Doug Aitken rises out of the desert in Palm Springs as a kaleidoscopic vision of the suburban home.
More than just a walk down memory lane, this exhibit explores the sociocultural shifts of the sixties and the impact they had on the present.
A new exhibition at the AGO offers timely insight into Canadian history and diverse interpretations of the country’s resonating legacy.
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The best of contemporary Italian cinema from around the world comes to six cities across the country.
With its playful celebration of childhood fantasies, audiences may wonder if Whipped Cream will become the next holiday classic.