The travelling exhibition Home Economics explores the unique stories and histories behind Canadian hooked rugs, a form of folk art with roots in 19th-century North America.
One of Canada’s most celebrated contemporary artists, Rebecca Belmore (b: 1960) started as a performance artist in the late 1980s. Her works address climate change, water access, land use, homelessness, and human displacement. She focuses on conflicting relationships with the state of women’s lives, historical events and violence […]
Russian illustrator Irina Vaneeva has a wonderful facility for birds.
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.
New-York-based Olivia Erlanger is the artist and curator behind Ida 2019, an installation first conceived for a Los Angeles laundromat in 2018. Erlanger created the work to “reimagine mermaid fantasies.” The work consists of life-size mermaid tails covered in scales, with bifurcated fins in yellow and pink, hanging […]
Netherlands-based artist Anne ten Donkelaar imagined “a big bang, a firework of flower seeds thrown into space . . . (where) nature seems to float” for her series of collaged Flower Constructions.