Toronto artist James Lahey describes his flag series Made in Canada as a love letter to family and friends. We’ve all seen that beautiful flag waving exactly as he’s captured it, a great image to celebrate Canada Day this weekend.
The Art Gallery of Ontario has acquired one of the largest and most comprehensive collections of historical Caribbean photographs, consisting of more than 3,500 prints, postcards, daguerreotypes, lantern slides, albums and stereographs.
A premiere Andy Warhol exhibition features works shown for the first time at Moderna Museet Malmö. Titled Warhol 1968, it’s a unique collection of album covers, his famous cow wallpaper, Ten-Foot Flowers and more.
A Fabergé egg is an exquisite jewel made by the Russian House of Fabergé from 1885 to 1917. Most were miniature eggs popular as gifts at Easter, worn on a neck chain (above). The most famous eggs were larger, made for Alexander III and Nicholas II, often referred […]
What was it like to live in an internment camp in the 1940s, or to hear stories from your parents and grandparents? Contemporary artists share personal perspectives on the dispossession and exile of Japanese Canadians during World War II in a major installation at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Toronto artist Cat Lamora’s three-dimensional paper installation deals with the experience of a gyopo — the term for Korean expatriates who have been citizens in their new countries for longer than a decade.