The 37 black-and-white photographs of Aurelio Amendola capture in unexpected ways the sensuality and tragic force emanating from the statues carved by Michelangelo. His lens seems to coincide and overlap with the sculptor’s eye at the moment of observing the different angles of the marble surface. From the Dying Slave of the Louvre, to the statues of Sagrestia Nuova of San Lorenzo, to the Pietà Rondanini of Milano, to the Crouching Boy of St.
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Born in 1954 in Montreal, Marie Rioux shows since her early age her love for the visual arts. She attended the School of Fine Arts of Quebec. Adult, she continued her college studies in Fine Arts and finally attended the School of Visual Arts of Quebec.
In our Gallery:
Unusual Occurrences in the Diaspora
By David Borochovitz
The exhibition Japanese Design Today 100 was first organized in 2004 and has been touring the world for the last ten years. This is a newly organized version of the same exhibition, featuring 100 of the finest examples of Japanese design with a focus on everyday products. It combines superbly designed products of recent years with a group of modern designs from the 1950s through the 1990s that had a significant influence on the design of today.
The Istituto Italiano di Cultura in collaboration with Mjölk is proud to present the exhibition TOTEMICA, the second Canadian exhibition for one of the most important contemporary Italian designers Luca Nichetto and Russian designer Lera Moiseeva.
Opening reception: Thursday, June 26, 2014 - 6:30pm-8:30pm
Istituto Italiano di Cultura
496 Huron St.
Free admission Infoline: 416-921-3802 ext. 221
Seiji Ozawa was the music director of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra from 1965 to 1969, his first assignment leading a major orchestra. He was one of the pioneer Japanese artists who made a success abroad after World War II. Citizens of Toronto welcomed the young, exotic conductor, and the members of the Orchestra supported Ozawa’s exciting music-making and expansion of his repertoire. In the City of Toronto Archives numerous photographs of Ozawa are preserved.
For the third year in a row, Lycée Français de Toronto (http://www.lft.ca) has opened a photo contest for its students from grade 5 to 12. After movement and places in the city, this year's theme was "Words & letters". Exhibition opening on Wednesday, May 4th at 6:00pm
Presented by The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation; Lead sponsor Manulife
For over 500 years China's emperors called it home. Their subjects called it...The Forbidden City. Step inside and uncover the secrets for a limited time, at the ROM.