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.
This year, the Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival unites the lens-based work of nearly 100 Canadian and international artists across 21 sites in its core program alone and includes pieces from over 330 artists.
Contemporary furniture and lighting brand Swell Studio has opened a new exhibition at Love House, a design showroom in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, as part of New York City Design Week. Showcasing Swell’s second complete series, the Onna Collection takes its name from an abbreviation of the Italian word for column, colonna.
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.
Toronto’s iconic Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival is back, and headlining it is legendary German photographer Wolfgang Tillman’s Canadian debut exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Louis Vuitton’s latest foray into the gallery realm has landed in Los Angeles. The French luxury house has debuted the exquisite Crafting Dreams exhibition at an opulent private residence in the city’s historic Bel Air neighbourhood.
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.
Athena Papadopoulos’s show at MOCA Toronto, her first institutional solo exhibition in Canada, comprises two bodies of work informed by her extensive knowledge of film history.
Multidisciplinary artist and designer Ben Johnston has a way with words. The Toronto creative’s murals, paintings, and most recently, sculptures feature colourful three-dimensional word art that offer a moment of reflection for the viewer.