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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
Thursday, May 27, 2021, 4 p.m. – The myth of wilderness and the landsacape painting of the Groupe of Seven from an ecocritical perspective
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Fascinating natural phenomenon
The artists provide insights into their visually powerful universe
In our new podcast series with Indigenous perspectives on art, nature, decolonisation and climate change, we talk with Algonquin-French artist...
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Autumn forest view
With the new Digitorial® for the exhibition MAGNETIC NORTH
Dreaming about things to come: This spring, the Schirn presents the iconic paintings of Canadian modernism from a contemporary perspective.
An interview with Lakota-Scottish art historian Carmen Robertson on Land vs Landscape. The first episode of our new podcast series with Indigenous...
Gilbert & George
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...