On Friday September 21, Tony Fouhse’s book launch party will be hosted by Studio Sixty Six, followed by an exhibition of his photographs at the gallery until September 28
Inside of Venus Envy is a gallery space for voices that sometimes don’t get the opportunity to show.
The 15th annual House of PainT festival takes places from August 24–26, 2018.
Nathan Sawaya’s The Art of the Brick exhibition is a stunning display of original Lego artworks and remixes of the famous masterpieces.
Their current project involves getting work out of the crowded studio and into more public shows and community spaces.
There were 100 films selected from a record-setting 2,469 entries.
The mere thought of paper tends to evoke stale images of work but imagine the possibilities when you apply purposeful design, colour, and some glue. Laura Peeke has been creating works of art with quilling, a process of coiling and shaping strips of paper with glue.
Two of Apt613’s fine arts reviewer share their thoughts on Douglas Coupland’s The National Portrait, on now at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
Daniel Effah is an incredible visual portraitist, capturing images with the aim of sparkinging conversation about the African diaspora. His series, ‘Blend If’, is currently on display at the Ottawa Art Gallery.
EYE BUY ART’s Ottawa pop-up gallery is the city’s latest that is constantly changing the ways emerging artists from all over the country connect to new audiences. Visit the pop-up at Sussex Contemporary.
The Extended Moment: Fifty Years of Collecting Photographs is on at the National Gallery of Canada. The exhibit features photography from Canadian and international artists and shows the power of photography.
“Duplexity” is an unusual word. It means to be doubled, to convey the same message on two channels, but it also calls to mind stacks of residential buildings. That’s exactly what Brenda Dunn and A. M. Benz are evoking with their dense, square compositions in this two-artist show at the AOE Gallery—the layered, condensed, chaotic spill of inhabitation over the landscape.
The new must-see art exhibition in Ottawa is Post Neo at Studio Sixty Six running until June 9 at the gallery’s new location at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This captivating affair features two extremely openminded, experimentally driven contemporary artists who dare to say things differently and deserve all of the praise they get.
Brenda Dunn: If you’ve been feeling hectic and want a breath of fresh air, the current pairing at Wall Space Gallery is set to soothe. Crystal Beshara and Sharon Kelly pair up lovely synchronized palettes and even some crossover in subject matter. Their dual show L I N G E R AND L U R E is a luxurious collection of coastal landscapes, oceanic palettes, abstracts and florals.
Impressionist Treasures: The Ordrupgaard Collection gives us a glimpse of one of Europe’s most beautiful but lesser-known collections. Through 60 paintings, it traces the progression of 19th century French painting from the Barbizon School and realism, to post-impressionism, including works by French masters Monet, Courbet, Manet, Matisse and Renoir, among others.