Flemish artist Guy Mangelschots represents life after a climate apocalypse in these figurative paintings, done in late century modern style.
I live directly below the Niagara Escarpment, on the down slope of the sharp-edged ridge that forms a 700-kilometre spine across southern Ontario. UNESCO has designated the escarpment a World Biosphere Reserve. The marsh at the base of one of its rock layered cliffs (above) is a few […]
Installation artist Josée Dubeau collaborated on this urban alternative environment – a suspended cabin intended as a dreamlike getaway. The recycled Dream Shelter is a collage that uses the debris of demolished houses and buildings, discarded industrial material, tent canvases, tossed away furniture and rejected materials from the […]
The Museum of Underwater Modern Art is doing an important job: helping to generate coral to convert the life-size sculptures of British artist Jason deCaires Taylor into new artificial reefs. The figures are slowly changing in appearance as marine life develops. The 400 forms, anchored 25 feet below […]
Ali Basiedji is notable as much for the story behind his art as the expressionistic works themselves. For five years, he has painted – and come to know the locals – in a controversial swath of land expropriated 40 years ago for an airport that has never been […]