For Canadians, Montreal represents a kind of bohemian paradise: a culturally rich, architecturally arresting, walkable city with great shopping and an even better food scene. Luckily, for Ontarians, Canada’s answer to Paris is a short drive, flight, or train ride away. For a luxurious stay in the city, look no further than Sofitel Montreal Golden Mile.
The assemblage of murals, paintings, and multimedia works that form this new exhibition, which runs until April 10, 2023, are symbols of protest and solidarity. They’re a means of filling a cultural gap in a country fractured by war, and to which many Afghan artists no longer have access.
New Brunswick’s capital city of Fredericton blends culture, nature, history, culinary delights, festivals, markets, art galleries, and a craft brew scene. And because of its small footprint, everything is nearby, whether you walk, bike, or hike during your explorations.
Buffalo has been undergoing a multifaceted revitalization and is reaffirming that it’s a hot spot for art lovers from around the world.
San Francisco is famous for the colourful Victorian and Edwardian homes that line its sloped streets. In the neighbourhood oasis of Noe Valley, Redwood House, built in 1974 by respected architect Albert Lanier, was recently renovated by Studio Terpeluk to echo the city’s colourful streetscape and lively art scene.
Florida has always been a destination for beach lovers, but if you thought that sunny Key West or South Beach were only for sun-loving travellers, think again.
Prishtina, Kosovo, may not be the first place that comes to mind when you think of the international art circuit, but that is exactly why the 14th edition of Manifesta, the European Nomadic Biennial, is being hosted there.
“I’ve always been fascinated by what it means to live the American Dream,” says artist Angie Crabtree. There’s perhaps no single object that better encapsulates the sparkling commodification of that dream than a diamond, which Crabtree puts under a microscope in her hyper-realistic paintings.
Crossing generations and cultures, Jean-Michel Basquiat’s influence runs deep. As an artist, activist, and entrepreneur, he is memorialized in the minds of many. Now over 200 never-before and rarely seen pieces of Basquiat’s art, artifacts, and ephemera are being exhibited in Jean-Michel Basquiat: King Pleasure©.