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Tale of a Huge Musk-ox || Histoire d'un gros boeuf musqué, 1983  © West Baffin Eskimo Co-operative Ltd.

The National Gallery of Canada strives to provide Canadians with a sense of identity and pride in Canada’s rich visual arts heritage and to make art accessible, meaningful and vital to diverse audiences of all ages.

Shary Boyle , Live Old (2009)

The first exhibition of the newly opened Esker Foundation, The New Alberta Contemporaries celebrates 47 emerging artists from Alberta, who were sele…

Shary Boyle's "Flesh and Blood"

Eclectix visited Vancouver, BC in our summer travels and have some goodies to share. The first is artist Shary Boyle and her exhibition a.

Homo sapiens sapiens, 2005  Audio-video installation  Installation view, San Stae Church, Venice    Photo: Heiner H. Schmitt Jr.

Homo sapiens sapiens, 2005 Audio-video installation Installation view, San Stae Church, Venice Photo: Heiner H.

I think this is H-21 Machine by Ofri Cnaani. I'd like to fantasize that this is a shadow movie machine.

I think this is Machine by Ofri Cnaani. I'd like to fantasize that this is a shadow movie machine.

Shary Boyle

Scarborough native Shary Boyle has just unveiled a substantial exhibition of her paintings and sculptures at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

'Darkytown Rebellion.' Kara Walker. Cut paper and projection on wall. Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg. 4.3 x 11.3m. Walker's piece projects a nightmarish scene in which details are lost amongst the chaos and confusion of the silhouettes. To enhance the surrealism of the artwork, Walker plays psychedelic in the background. Furthermore, Walker is making a social commentary on the treatment and perception of African Americans through violent imagery of their historical past.

'Darkytown Rebellion.' Kara Walker. Cut paper and projection on wall. Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg. 4.3 x 11.3m. Walker's piece projects a nightmarish scene in which details are lost amongst the chaos and confusion of the silhouettes. To enhance the surrealism of the artwork, Walker plays psychedelic in the background. Furthermore, Walker is making a social commentary on the treatment and perception of African Americans through violent imagery of their historical past.

Shadow screen + overhead projector

Shadow screen + overhead projector

Paul Chan. Sade for Sade's sake. 2009

boyhaus: “Paul Chan (Chinese, born Hong Kong Sade for Sade’s sake ”

Daphne Odjig - Canadian Art History and Native Art - The Art History Archive

Daphne Odjig - Canadian Art History and Native Art - The Art History Archive

PAVEMENT_MAZE_COVER2 by Illustration graduate Adrian Forrow, via Flickr

PAVEMENT_MAZE_COVER2 by Illustration graduate Adrian Forrow, via Flickr

Shary Boyle's immersive installation called "Music for Silence" in the Canadian pavilion

Snapshots From Venice

Highlights from the Venice Biennale by the chief art critic Holland Cotter with updates each day.