Of Hals and men

A familiar face heads to a reunion in London, England as The Wallace Collection presents Frans Hals: The Male Portrait.

From under the sea

Caribbean-based artist Nadia Huggins discusses how she documents transformational moments as they happen under the sea with her two works included in Fragments of Epic Memory.

Shapes of land and mind

A new installation of contemporary works at the AGO explores how landscapes, from coastal shores to skyscrapers, inspire and inform various artistic visions.

Small wonders

Ten of Matthew Wong’s paintings on paper are included in his AGO exhibition—the first museum showing of his all-too-brief career. We took a closer glimpse into these dreamlike scenes bathed in blue

Links we’re loving: All Hallows’ eve edition

To celebrate the spooky season, we’ve rounded up a witches’ brew of ghostly news from the world of art and culture.

ICYMI: A second chance for Emergence

Haegue Yang is speaking at the University of British Columbia this afternoon as part of the Joan Carlisle-Irving Lecture series. ICYMI, we took an in-depth look at the official catalogue for Yang's landmark AGO exhibition Emergence.  

Movements in Blue

Picasso: Painting the Blue Period charts a young artist shifting between Barcelona and Paris. Here’s the rundown on those travels.

Adios to Andy Warhol

As we prepare to say goodbye to the Andy Warhol exhibition, we look back on what our visitors and critics had to say and take one last look at his controversial portrait series Ladies and Gentlemen.

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