To celebrate Pride Month, artist Jason Perreault’s exhibition Bien dans sa peau [Comfortable in Your Own Skin] highlights gender-queer people and embraces their varied characteristics through the tropes of contemporary fashion photography. It’s at Akasha Art Projects in Toronto after a previous run at Ryerson Image Centre.
The works in this exhibition have been created by young artists who have experienced sexual and other forms of abuse and continue to speak out about their personal experiences through clay narratives.
Joon Hee Kim’s compelling ceramic works are on exhibition at the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery through Sept. 8, part of the former pastry chef’s continuing rise in the art world. “My sculptures are ceramic casts of everyday objects,” she says. “The components are arranged and then reordered. […]
Nunavut artist Janet Nungnik’s textile works are on exhibition at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection through August, the artist’s solo museum debut. With their radiant colour and ravishingly detailed handiwork, these works celebrate the joys of life in the North.
Regina artist Gabriela Garcia-Luna explores the ecological fragility of the Saskatchewan River Delta, one of the largest inland deltas in North America, a rich, diverse ecosystem with 10,000 square kilometres of wetlands, marshes, lakes and mud flats.
Marija Tiurina is an artist based in London, England, specializing in digital illustration and watercolor paintings. (Above: Taking our fish to the beach, click the image for more) I come from the land of lakes and forests, snowy winders and hot summers also known as Lithuania. Pigeons and […]