Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions
Edited by Jim Shedden
AGO's collection of close to 95,000 works ranges from cutting-edge contemporary art such as Untilled (Liegender Frauenakt) by Pierre Huyghe to European masterpieces such as Peter Paul Ruben's The Massacre of the Innocents; from the vast collection by the Group of Seven to works ... Read more
A romantic view of 19th-century Canada — a domestic complement to the work of Bartlett, Constable, and Kane.
Anthony Flower (1792-1875) lived and worked in New Brunswick for most of his life. A farmer with a lifelong passion for art, he painted until his death at the age of ... Read more
Edited by Sophie Hackett, Andrea Kunard, and Urs Stahel
A controversial idea currently under vigorous and passionate international debate that would recognize the "human signature" on the planet.
Anthropocene is the latest book by Edward Burtynsky, Jennifer Baichwal, and Nicholas de Pencier to chronicle the massive and irreversible ... Read more
By Dale Sheppard
Contributions by Cynthia Carroll & Melissa Marr
Art has the potential to bring us together and create lasting connections. As humans, we have a universal need to express ourselves, find meaning, and experience a sense of belonging in our communities.
In 2006, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and Autism Nova Scotia partnered ... Read more
Edited by Julie Nagam, Carly Lane, and Megan Tamati-Quennell
Becoming Our Future: Global Indigenous Curatorial Practice explores how Indigenous visual art and culture operate within and from a structural framework that is unique within the cultural milieu. Through a selection of contributions by Indigenous curators, artists, and scholars ... Read more
By (artist) Ben Woolfitt
Ben Woolfitt begins each day by drawing. Using graphite, silver and metal leaf and selected objects for frottage, Woolfitt plumbs the depths of his unconscious as he draws on each page of his books. Although best known for his large-format paintings, Woolfitt has completed hundreds ... Read more
Edited by Dr. Katharine Lochnan
By (artist) David Blackwood
By Michael Crummey, Sean T. Cadigan, Martin Feely, Derek H.C. Wilton, and Caoimhe ní Shúilleabháin
David Blackwood was born in 1941 in the outport community of Wesleyville, to a family with a long seafaring history. Recognized as an artistic prodigy, he was awarded a Government of Newfoundland Centennial scholarship to study at the Ontario College of Art, in Toronto. By the ... Read more
The beauty and evolution of an intriguing art form.
The Montréal Botanical Garden’s collections of bonsai and penjing are among the best in North America, including more than 350 trees, some dating from the 17th century. For the first time, these stylized horticultural creations ... Read more
Edited by Mireille Eagan
By Larry Dohey & Christopher Pratt
"When you revisit a place that matters to you for the first time in a long time it is a rich, spiritual experience, but if you then revisit such a place too frequently it loses some of its power. The power lies in the absences. " — Christopher Pratt
Widely considered to be ... Read more
"Andrew Hunter has looked with fresh eyes at [Colville's] paintings and made a coherent argument that Colville deserves to be understood far beyond the normal borders of the art world. " — Robert Fulford, The National Post
This magnificent, best-selling volume is now available ... Read more