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.
The North American premiere of Genesis, famed international photojournalist Sebastião Salgado’s newest works, opens at the Royal Ontario Museum May 4 as part of the Contact Photography Festival in Toronto. (Above: Bryce Canyon National Park during a snowstorm. Utah)
Photo artist Deborah Samuel’s lyrical images reflect the frailty of life. Elegy, her upcoming exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum, features more than 30 haunting photos of afterlife bones and shells, created with clinical precision. (Above: Cobra II, 2011) -Barred Owl, 2012 Ten of the photographs are specimens […]
David Hockney’s experimental iPhone and iPad drawings are on show at the Royal Ontario Museum Oct. 8 through Jan. 1, 2012, the renowned British artist’s first major show in Canada in more than two decades. Hockney started painting with the Brushes app in 2008, first using thumb and […]