Radically different from any other Canadian museum, the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum uses a combination of traditional skeleton displays and modern technology to provide guests with a truly remarkable experience of prehistoric Alberta.
On now until February 19 at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, She Photographs encourages its audience to consider the role of contemporary photography from a female perspective.
The subversive genius of Cité du Vin is in the modern, forward-facing way it celebrates a timeless pleasure, aiming to bring a personal and tactile element to the often all-too-serious historical and cultural understanding of wine.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Tel Aviv-based designer Ron Gilad carves his place within the world of industrial design by questioning and challenging convention.
The exhibit encourages visitors to the Upper East Side’s Museum Mile to consider the concept of completeness from a new perspective.
Inspired by the enigmatic darkness of classic stories, the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Fairy Tale Fashion exhibition draws upon the gritty reality of fantasy tales by Perrault, Anderson, and the Brothers Grimm.
While aristocratic Pompeians are frequently the subject of exhibits on the ancient Italian city, Pompeii instead focuses on bringing exhibit attendees into the everyday lives of Pompeii’s common people before the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: George Gardiner had a passion for life. His interests were eclectic—everything from ice hockey, vintage wines, and thoroughbred horses to delicately decorated ceramics.
He is an imposing figure, this walking man: fully six feet tall, naked, his stick-thin limbs disproportionately long, his metallic skin clearly showing the rough handiwork of his creator.