Kaelen Wilson-Goldie’s new book, “Beautiful, Gruesome, and True” considers how art may operate as a proxy for political discourse in places where free speech has been suppressed. Continue reading
Austin-based gallery Sebastian Foster just announced its 2022 Fall Print Set, marking the ten-year anniversary of the collection since it first launched in 2012. The new release features 20 works by well-established illustrators, printmakers, and painters from across the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Europe. Half of the artists have worked with the gallery for years, while the other half are guests who joined just for this collection.
This set features 20 works all published as relatively small editions, signed and numbered by the artists. More
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The National Gallery of Canada has fired chief curator Kitty Scott, Indigenous curator Greg Hill and two other senior staffers. Continue reading
The Power Plant, located on Toronto’s waterfront, is one of Canada’s leading contemporary art museums. Continue reading
An Arctic Ptarmigan Takes Flight in the 2022 Bird Photographer of the Year Competition’s Winning CaptureSeptember 9, 2022
During the summer months, ptarmigans sport plumage of gray, brown, and black with white bellies and wings. Breeding in the high mountains where winter brings snow, the birds naturally camouflage by turning completely white. Norwegian photographer Erlend Haarberg’s capture of one of the upland game birds taking flight in the dramatic mountains of Tysfjorden won the grand prize in the 2022 Bird Photographer of the Year competition.
The world’s largest bird photography competition welcomed more than 22,000 submissions this year. More Continue reading
Two Curtains of 30,000 Prescription Lenses Cast a Distorted Water-Like Glimmer Across a Beijing GalleryJuly 25, 2022
Suspended from an undulating metal rod, two translucent patchwork curtains of prescription eyeglasses evoke the gleaming shimmer of a waterfall. The disorienting installation is the second in a series of optical works by Canadian artists Caitlind r.c. Brown and Wayne Garrett (previously), who created a smaller kinetic piece centered around the concept of collective vision back in 2015.
Larger in scale and greater in material than the first, “And Between Us, An Ocean” utilizes 30,000 recycled polycarbonate plastic lenses sourced from a Beijing factory and Calgary recycling center. More Continue reading
A record was set for British artist Antonia Showering. Continue reading
The fair runs through Sunday, May 22. Continue reading
12 Standouts at the 2022 Toronto Biennial: From Breathtaking Textile-Based Installations to Poignant Reflections on PlaceMarch 25, 2022
At this exhibition, water and land help fill in gaps in the histories of certain groups. Continue reading
Can Land and Water Be Archives? A Pandemic-Era Toronto Biennial Mines the Histories Beneath Our FeetMarch 23, 2022
When breathing together is particularly risky, artists involved considered new forms of togetherness. Continue reading
Frieze New York will bring together 66 galleries to the Shed for its upcoming edition, which is scheduled to run May 19–22, with an invitation-only preview day on May 18. The fair will once again host an online viewing room in conjunction with the physical fair, this time in partnership with AR platform Vortic. This […] Continue reading
After spending your valuable time creating your latest and greatest artwork, the last thing you need is a battle with cumbersome photo editing software just to showcase it. Canvy is an online app designed to help artists easily create compelling mockups and make a great first impression in their online shops.
With more than 500 customizable rooms and new options added almost daily, Canvy is built around the idea that each artwork deserves a unique display. More Continue reading
The department will be led by First Nations members Michelle LaVallee and Steven Loft. Continue reading
The city reported 164 new cases on Thursday, an all-time high. Continue reading