This summer, Whistler’s Audain Art Museum welcomes its first major international exhibition and the first solo North American show for Japanese artist Manabu Ikeda: Flowers From the Wreckage.
A new exhibition, Being and Belonging: Contemporary Women Artists From the Islamic World and Beyond, was unveiled last weekend at the Royal Ontario Museum’s Roloff Beny Gallery.
In murals and graphic novels that seek out commonalities via cultural collision, Haida artist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas challenges conventional readings of history.
The galleries that have stuck with the tradition of summer group shows have proven the worth these exhibitions bring to the art ecosystem.
Sarindar Dhaliwal’s upcoming exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario encapsulates over 40 years of work, a retrospective of her drawings, mixed media work, large-scale installations, and photographs.
A common thread of serendipity weaves through Fiona Ackerman’s life, a mix of funny coincidences and subtle symbols, like the lizard, that would go unexamined for most people—but not Ackerman, who exists in perpetual metamorphosis.
The Uses of Enchantment: Art & Environmentalism, a group exhibition at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario, holds up a magic mirror to the most threatening monster currently in our midst: the climate crisis.
This year, Plural welcomes dozens of contemporary art galleries from eight cities across Canada. With no shortage of exceptional works to explore, here are just a few of the highlights to catch at Plural this weekend.
The Toronto-based artist and Wednesday star were tapped to relaunch the unisex fragrance Gris Dior, alongside an immersive exhibition pop-up.