“Throughout the world, you will find myth and folklore related to the water. This is nothing other than a testimony to humanity’s respect for their source material. We are all mostly water, after all.”
Vancouver-based designer Matthew McCormick’s project for this year’s London Design Festival, is an example of how light, darkness, glass, and sound can force one to reflect deeply on the devastating effects of climate change.
Toronto is going to get waves of cool when a new art festival debuts, one that connects the city, visual and performing arts, and Lake Ontario.
Now in its closing weekend, the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Moving Still: Performative Photography in India exhibition traces the art of performative photography—telling stories through visual stills—in India from the 1800s to the present day.
The Pavillon Le Corbusier’s current exhibition, Mon univers, on view until November 17, is a tribute to Le Corbusier that centres around his passion for collecting.
She doesn’t like labels and her work defies categorization. Meet Christine Boswijk.
This week is the closing of artist Brian Jungen’s solo exhibition, Brian Jungen: Friendship Centre, at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Bonavista Biennale, begins today and sees Canadian, and international artists take over the Bonavista Peninsula with large-scale public displays for an entire month.
The theme of identity is a thread that weaves through time at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ upcoming fall exhibitions spanning the mediums of archaeology, painting, and photography.