If you missed your chance to experience Japanese conceptual artist Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Rooms” at the AGO this spring, you’re about to have another chance to experience infinity.
Doctors can now prescribe visits to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). The Museum has announced a new health and wellness initiative that will help the well being of many at no cost.
As a kid, Ekow Nimako spent hours clicking together Lego bricks to recreate characters from his favourite comic books and TV shows. From his home studio in Leslieville, he makes mythical creatures, some several feet tall, from exclusively black Lego pieces.
For 15 years, Genser had been grinding up Canadian blue mussel shells to create a sculpture of Adam, the first man
'They've got to be careful with the packages they deliver. We trust them as a small business.'
More than 3,000 people have contributed to campaign to buy new installation from renowned Japanese artist
MissMe, who wears a mask to maintain anonymity, is described on her website as “an activist, feminist, and one of the most recognized outlaw artists in North America.”
Jonathan Watkins, announced a dozen artists who will be taking part in the biennial; among them are select English artists and a group of Canadian artists whose works will be shown in three galleries in Birmingham in 2019.
Jeff Lemire is having a big week.
The award-winning comic book series Black Hammer and its various spin-offs, created by Lemire and artist Dean Ormston, has been picked up for a TV and movie deal by Legendary Entertainment.