When Tom Sachs was eight years old, his father wanted a camera. Since the camera was too expensive to buy, the young Sachs made him one of clay instead. Since the boy went on to become a famous sculptor, one might dare to guess that the clay version was way cooler than the original.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Suzanne Valadon has been associated with the streets of Montmartre— from the days of the Paris Commune in 1871, far beyond her death in 1938, to the present day.
She doesn’t like labels and her work defies categorization. Meet Christine Boswijk.
Christo has spent a lifetime creating truly monumental pieces of environmental art. This summer, the artist brings an installation and exhibition to London.
The Japanese contemporary artist makes his Canadian debut.
The Kelowna artist uses money to craft unorthodox animal forms and busts.
A new art book celebrates the beauty and power of Canada’s environment.
Launched last year, the public art exhibition showcases 100 brain sculptures that have been transformed into vibrant works of art for a good cause.
Lino Tagliapietra is the maestro of Murano, the island city where glass blowing has been an art since the 13th century.