A new book by American curator and writer Marvin Heiferman “reveals what lies beyond the parameters of sight, imagination, and human control.”
The Vancouver Art Gallery’s latest exhibition traces the art of performative photography—telling stories through visual stills—in India from the 1800s into the contemporary.
A presbytery turned contemporary art centre in Plateau-Mont-Royal offers a gallery and education space for Montreal creatives.
Seven photographers explore the art of reinterpretation at the latest GETTY exhibition.
From a teen tagging on the streets of Toronto to an applauded street artist doing lucrative commissions, birdO, a.k.a. Jerry Rugg, is best known for his large-scale murals of fabulous beasts.
At age 10, Stéphane Tétreault self-identified as a “cello warrior”, including the phrase in his very first e-mail address. Today, at 25, he still sees himself that way.
This exhibit is an exploration of the everyday, focusing on the Impressionists through the lens of the Industrial Revolution and its aftermath.
For its 2019 programming the Vancouver International Dance Festival (VIDF) is presenting a diverse, eclectic collection of pieces from Vancouver as well as around the world.
The Tanenbaums’ collection is history captured at its most intimate and most monumental, and it’s at Ryerson for all to see.