PHIL RICHARDS was born in Toronto in 1951 and studied at the Ontario College of Art graduating in 1973. RICHARDS is one of Canada’s most important portrait painters with commissions that include the official Diamond Jubilee Portrait of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II for the Government of Canada, as well as the official portrait of many government leaders including provincial Premiers, Speakers and Lieutenant Governors.
The AGO is thrilled to showcase Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) in a new exhibition featuring the North American debut of some of his most ambitious works.
This exhibition invites a new way of looking at Brian Jungen’s internationally acclaimed art practice, including the first-ever presentation of the artist’s archive that offers the viewer insight into his unique method of art production.
Featuring over 110 works, this exhibition highlights Celmins’ intensive approach of creating artistic “redescriptions” of the physical world as a way of understanding human consciousness through lived experience.
Since 2000, the Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts have recognized Canadian artists for their remarkable careers in fine or applied arts, film, video, audio, or new media.
Exploring Heath’s artistic trajectory from teenage prodigy to influential photographer, Multitude, Solitude celebrates work that reflects the loneliness and alienation of modern life.
Mira Godard Gallery is pleased to open “Machines for Living”, an exhibition of new paintings by PETER HARRIS.
This highly-anticipated and timely exhibition explores the breaking of boundaries, both physical and symbolic, and considers how the artist’s ceramic works form a basis for his ongoing exploration of urgent social justice themes, including immigration, freedom of speech, and the repression of dissent.
HOLLY FARRELL was born in North Bay, Ontario. A self-taught artist, she has been painting professionally for over 20 years and has exhibited in Canada, U.S.A. and Japan.
This exhibition brings together two generations of work by famed photographers from the early 20th Century.