Not being able to figure something out immediately may be a very good thing indeed.
Benny Bing’s paintings are unapologetic statements of colour and composition; the self-taught painter creates work that celebrates the beauty of black bodies in a system of unequal representation.
Though many creatives have had dips in work, initiatives like Belgian Moon’s #UnderTheSameMoon campaign have made strides in supporting artists by commissioning art projects across Canada with messages of unity.
Teeming with vibrant marine life, the geometric sculptures moored to the sea floor allowed swimmers, scuba divers, and snorkellers to swim through the artwork suspended in nature.
The specificity of rudimentary shapes and colours in compound ways illustrate the intersection between form and function so often talked about, but rarely achieved on such a level.
As we’re faced with it, the muddled chaos of our loneliness is disarming at first. But there’s a magic to being comfortably alone.
In light of recent events, the two brands have teamed up and recruited artist Mandy Stobo to create a series of limited edition T-shirts in honour of the three women in public health and politics combating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spread across eight rooms, the exhibition will hold over 300 pieces, including items from Cave’s personal collection, as well as large scale installations and original atmospheric soundscapes.
Dan Tanenbaum is a Canadian tech entrepreneur—but that’s not all. Tanenbaum crafts intricate “steampunk characters” from the mechanisms of watches—gears, dials, and other parts.