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Working in Sculpture

Working in Sculpture

Artists Allyson Mitchell, Brendan Lee Satish Tang, Evan Penny, Brian Jungen and Lois Andison use “familiar materials in an unfamiliar way,” experimenting with media, making social commentary and exploring personal interests through sculpture.

Alexis Lavoie wins the 2010 RBC Canadian Painting Competition

Alexis Lavoie wins the 2010 RBC Canadian Painting Competition

Works from all award finalists to tour Canada this fall

Canadian Art Writing Prize Winner Announced!

Canadian Art Writing Prize Winner Announced!

Congratulations go to winner Pandora Syperek and runners-up Deirdre McAdams and Vency Yun.

RBC Canadian Painting Competition Semifinalists Announced

RBC Canadian Painting Competition Semifinalists Announced

The Canadian Art Foundation, with RBC, is pleased to announce the 15 semifinalists in the 12th annual RBC Canadian Painting Competition.

News: Grange Prize Nominees & GG Winners

News: Grange Prize Nominees & GG Winners

Award season in the Canadian art world revved up this week, with announcements on the $50,000 Grange Prize and the $25,000 Governor General’s Awards. Up next are related exhibitions and online voting.

Polly Staple Speaks at the Alberta College of Art and Design

Polly Staple Speaks at the Alberta College of Art and Design

The Canadian Art Foundation, in collaboration with the Banff Centre and the Alberta College of Art and Design, proudly presented Polly Staple, director of London’s Chisenhale Gallery, as part of the Canadian Art International Lecture Series on October 24, 2008.

Auction Recap: Gavel Gravitas Strikes the Canuck Art Market

Auction Recap: Gavel Gravitas Strikes the Canuck Art Market

When it comes to the future state of the art market, only time—and the gavel—will tell. Right now, results from this week’s three major Canadian auctions suggests that the market is being very selective, with one-third of lots going unsold.

Awards Roundup: Lee takes Sobey, Hof wins RBC and More

Awards Roundup: Lee takes Sobey, Hof wins RBC and More

Fall has always been a big time for the art world, with openings and blockbuster shows opening left, right and centre. But in the last few years, a slew of fall awards ceremonies have upped the stakes of the season considerably.

Cambridge Galleries take Canadian Architecture to Venice

Cambridge Galleries take Canadian Architecture to Venice

Though the art world is a buzz about Mark Lewis representing Canada at Venice in 2009, Canadian architects are taking their turn in the Venetian spotlight this very fall. The opportunity comes via Cambridge Galleries and the aptly named show "41° to 66°".