Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bonavista Biennale, which begins on August 17, sees Indigenous, Canadian, and international artists take over the Bonavista Peninsula for an entire month.
Maryam Jafri’s first solo exhibition in Canada examines the economic, political, and cultural factors that explain certain fixations of contemporary society: self-care, politics, and the legalities of creative property.
Here are the galleries and artworks you won’t want to miss on your next trip to Texas.
The Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden, next to the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA), carries over 90 sculptures across 11 acres of land.
Today, artist Brian Jungen unveils a solo exhibition, Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre, at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
When Canadian artist and designer Zoë Pawlak was starting out, she was 24, working in a restaurant, pregnant, and determined to be an entrepreneur. Now, she is an internationally recognized artist with a new take on life and a series of paintings to show for it.
Art meets machinery in Carl Lostritto’s new book Computational Drawing, a five-chapter theory and exercise book on the craft of drawing with computer code.
The Vancouver Art Gallery’s latest exhibition honours Alberto Giacometti from June 16 to September 29. The Swiss-born artist is renowned as one of the greatest sculptors of the first half of the 20th century, with a record-breaking $141-million (U.S.) paid at auction in 2015 for his work L’Homme au doigt.
British artists Gilbert Prousch and George Passmore, the notorious Gilbert & George, share a unique twinship. Their oeuvre—mainly consisting of photography, from black-and-white pieces to brightly coloured collages—involves using whatever materials in whatever form most appropriate to conveying their ideas.