Classical romantic tragedy meets Game of Thrones kitsch in the nervy textile artworks of Berlin-based Canadian artist Emma LaMorte.
Culture industries generate eight times the value of sports, study says. Plus: a new director for Nova Scotia’s arts funder, and fresh studios in Montreal.
The Russian-Ghanaian analog photographer takes an ethical approach to issues of representation and archive.
Canada’s National Gallery has issued a release that brings some clarity to its recent decisions around deaccessions and acquisitions. But is it enough?
Chief curator Paul Lang already departed the NGC in March. Plus: the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal reveals its new look—and renewed aspirations.
Multiple breaking news stories suggest a Quebec church is the holder of the neoclassical canvas—and that the National Gallery is getting blowback from other museums.