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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.
Plus: Guggenheim Fellowship wins, and the first woman to direct a Pixar short is a Canadian art-school alum.
It’s not just Chagall. Following Christie’s announcement that it will be auctioning off the National Gallery of Canada’s La Tour Eiffel, the gallery has shared that it is deaccessioning more from its
The French painter’s La Tour Eiffel is of high value, and expected to fetch $6 to $9 million US at Christie’s. Why is Canada’s national art museum getting rid of it?
Plus: NSCAD and the AGNS explore the possibility of sharing a new hub space on the Halifax waterfront.
It started as an idea in the heart of Winnipeg. But this spring, “Resilience” will be on billboards from coast to coast to coast. Curator Lee-Ann Martin tells us how.
The National Gallery is selling off a $6-million Chagall for new acquisition funds, and many are remembering a woman who broke ground for Black artists at OCAD.
The peer-reviewed award aims to recognize the achievements of established mid-to-late-career photo-based artists.