Encore! Dance Hall of Fame celebrates the contributions made by dancers—and dance lovers—to the development of Canadian arts and culture.
The Canadian designer has been creating distinctive accessories for the last 37 years. This March, the first-ever Suzi Roher flagship opens in Toronto.
London gallerist and author Louisa Guinness showcases little-known jewellery creations by 78 of the 20th century’s most celebrated artists.
A former down-on-its-heels Comfort Inn, the newly refurbished Anndore House is an alluring destination near the city’s epicentre.
Featuring 130 vintage images, Raoul Hausmann: Vision in Action marks the first time such an extensive exhibition of the artist’s work has been shown in France.
The 85-year-old artist’s exhibition invites audience participation to complete its message of social activism.
Winnipeg-born, Toronto-based handbag designer Joanna MacDonald is making a splash with a new Canadian accessories brand crafted from fish leather.
The Taiwanese company will brings its metaphorical journey The Eternal Tides to Ottawa, Montreal, and Vancouver.
Mary McCartney—yes, daughter of that McCartney—returns to Toronto this November for a second exclusive exhibition in the city’s upscale Yorkville district.
The arrival of ByDealers signals a shift in how dealers traditionally sell art.