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november 7, 2012

In anticipation of the November 16th Sobey Art Award announcement, ARTINFO Canada begins a series of interviews with the shortlisted nominees. Beginning

november 7, 2012

Kirstin Evenden has resigned as President and CEO of Calgary’s Glenbow Museum, less than two months after declaring she was confident the museum’s woes could be turned around, on the day of the museum’s Annual General Meeting.

A news release sent out Tuesday morning announced

november 6, 2012

Matt Hanna, 11, may be aiming for the title of youngest investigator in the Lower Mainland.

The Mission boy identified, bought and returned a stolen painting to its rightful owner, seven years after it was swiped from a Fort Langley art gallery.

"He believes in doing the right thing," said Steve

november 6, 2012

The crowds were lined up all the way down the road outside Dulwich Picture Gallery in London when an exhibit of 122 paintings by Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven was displayed last year.

November 6, 2012

The Long Island City facility of Gloria Velandia Art Conservation has seen a steady arrival of damaged artworks ever since Hurricane Sandy flooded Chelsea’s art district in New York.

Casualties included pieces by Andy Warhol, James Rosenquist, Lucio Fontana and Joel Shapiro, according to Chief Financial

november 6, 2012

A Picasso drawing of three nude females held by an anonymous Edmonton collector for more than a half-century sold at auction in New York Monday for $254,500 (U.S.), including buyer’s premium.

Trois nus féminins, completed in 1923 by the Spanish master while visiting the resort of Cap d

november 4, 2012

Calgary’s booming economy let down art lovers Sunday, after a painting by a celebrated Canadian artist sold for about half its expected hammer price.

Emily Carr’s Kitseukla watercolour, which depicts Gitxsan-Wet’suwet’en totem poles in the first nations village of

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