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In the new podcast series CRITICAL LAND Sylvia Cunningham talks with Prof. Carmen Robertson, Caroline Monnet, Jocelyn Joe-Strack, and more
THE MYTH OF THE CANVAS
Thursday, April 22, 2021, 4 p.m. – Representation of Indigenous Art in museums
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Fascinating natural phenomenon
The artists provide insights into their visually powerful universe
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Autumn forest view
With the new Digitorial® for the exhibition MAGNETIC NORTH
An interview with Lakota-Scottish art historian Carmen Robertson on Land vs Landscape. The first episode of our new podcast series with Indigenous...
Dreaming about things to come: This spring, the Schirn presents the iconic paintings of Canadian modernism from a contemporary perspective.
IMAGINING CANADA IN PAINTING 1910–1940
In the footsteps of the Group of Seven
THOU SHALT FIGHT CONFORMISM. The first of the 10 commandments by and for Gilbert & George. How the artist couple searches for the meaning of life and...
Are artists particularly creative when it comes to cooking? This time with Gilbert & George, who can hardly wait to hug their favorite waiters again.
Eccentric, fascinating, repulsive, entertaining and full of symbols: “The World of Gilbert & George” is a collage about the artifice of everyday life...
When Gilbert & George first became a “Singing Sculpture” in 1969, it fell on fertile ground: In the years before, a group of artists had already...
An artwork for all: to read, look at, download, print, throw away, save, for your desktop background, screensaver, or even as a postcard to send to...