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Some of artist Brian Jungen's signature works will be featured next month in the Vancouver Pavilion of the Shanghai Biennale. The biennale is presenting city pavilions as part of its program for the first time in its 16-year history. Vancouver is the
Story At the heart of it, curator Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev has placed a modest but pithy presentation of paintings by Canadian painter Emily Carr. Seen in this context, her paintings signal not so much a presumption to appropriate aboriginal motifs
Kassel, its home since 1955; under siege in Kabul; and a state of hope or optimism in Alexandria and Cairo. Finally, Banff is a state of retreat to withdraw, to sleep as Retreat co-organizer Kitty Scott explains...Second World War; part of its
Emily Carr is a household name in Canada, but now nearly seven decades after her death the work of the iconic West Coast painter is taking the spotlight at the Documenta art show in Germany. The Aboriginal and forest themes explored by Emily Carr,
Rolande Souliere is photographed on Feb. 23 with her art work entitled "Frequent Stopping, Part I and Part II" before the opening night of the Beat Nation exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery in Vancouver. From Wednesday's Globe and Mail Published
Casey Kaplan 525 West 21st Street, Chelsea Through Oct. 22 The Canadian artist Brian Jungen has always had a profound way with the most prosaic materials, applying aboriginal traditions of object-making (he is partly of Dane-zaa descent) to cheap
Stephen Harper's majority was the choice of substantially less than half the country, but it was still genuine change, and therefore interesting at least until the commentariat got hold of it, and summarized, generalized and explicated it to death.
Crispin Glover Experience a weird and wonderful evening as eccentric actor, writer, director Crispin Glover most popularly known for his roles in Back to the Future , Wild at Heart , Willard and Alice in Wonderland returns with his two films, It is
EDT Last updated on Friday, Jun. 25, 2010 11:42PM EDT W illiam Huffman , a 39-year-old independent curator and the associate director of the Toronto Arts Council , is the mastermind behind the 100-piece collection of fine art adorning the halls of