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Dots, Pulses and Loops at the National Gallery of Canada
OTTAWA.- Commenting on the rise of new communication technologies in the mid-20th century, the late Canadian communications theorist Marshall McLuhan coined the now iconic mantra “the medium is the message.” Widely misunderstood or trivialized, McLuhan’s statement in fact makes explicit the integral relationship in media art practices between subject matter and the particular medium of expression - TV, video, computers and electronics - that conditions its creation and the viewer’s subsequent response. This selection of works from the early 1970s to the present, including those of influential media-based artists including Nam June Paik, Jean-Pierre Boyer, and emerging artists Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins, explores the relationship between electronic media and aesthetic experience.





Today's News

May 6, 2008

Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute Salutes Power of "Superheroes" Imagery in Fashion

Miller Brittain Retrospective at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

Danish Sculptor Oivind Nygard Exhibits at Statens Museum for Kunst in Copenhagen

Sotheby's New York to Hold Sale of Latin American Art on May 29 and 30

Frances Stark: A Torment of Follies at the Secession in Vienna

Guillaume Bijl Separates Art and Social Reality at SMAK

Full Overview of Francis Bacon's Artistic Career at Palazzo Reale in Milan

Major Getty Exhibition Explores August Sander's Collective Portrait of Pre-World War II German Society

La Batalla de Treviño will be offered for sale at Sotheby's London in The Spanish Sale

Franklin Kelly to Become Deputy Director and Chief Curator of National Gallery of Art in October 2008

Lee Mingwei's Gernika in Sand on view at the Queensland Art Gallery

Exceptional Group of Drawings, Prints, and Rare Illustrated Books at the National Gallery

Peter Hutton Film Retrospective Opens at Museum of Modern Art in New York

Dots, Pulses and Loops at the National Gallery of Canada

Futurism and After: David Burliuk, 1882-1967 at The Winnipeg Art Gallery

Masters of 20th-Century Traditional Chinese Painting from the Collections of the National Gallery in Prague

AXA Art and Art Basel Continue and Expand their Relationship

Most Popular Last Seven Days



1.- Leonardo da Vinci exhibition offers a very rare look at artist's fascination with beauty

2.- The Barnes Foundation discovers two sketches by Paul Cézanne behind watercolors

3.- From dust to digital: Millions of images from the world's endangered archives made available

4.- Exhibition at Kunsthaus Zurich explores Europe’s view of Japan in the 19th century

5.- Gustav Klimt's world-famous painting 'The Lovers' now available as a gigapixel photograph

6.- Belvedere highlights both the political and social aspects of The Congress of Vienna

7.- Crystal Bridges debuts an exhibition of masterworks from the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

8.- Rarely seen masterpieces from Europe's greatest dynasty on view in Minneapolis

9.- Rouen to open new museum dedicated to tracing the history of French heroine Joan of Arc

10.- Retrospective exhibition of Vivian Maier's photographs opens at Willy-Brandt Haus

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