Our Collection Showcase series featuring the painting ‘This is Nemesis’ by artist William Kurelek.
Our President and CEO, Shelley Falconer, explores the importance of our permanent collection and the community leaders that help build it.
The exhibition Norval Morrisseau here at the Art Gallery of Hamilton explores Morrisseau’s role as a shaman artist whose visions encourage positive environmental and cultural change based on the traditional Anishinaabe values of respect, reciprocity, relationships, and responsibility.
The nice thing about working with living contemporary artists is that we can ask them about their work and process. Here we interviewed Rosemary Kilbourn. Her exhibition ‘A Singular Place’ is on view on Gallery Level 2 until March 17, 2019.
There are three photographs in the exhibition that capture the subtle aspects of intimacy in a way that can only be described as a “Maier-esque”. Let Jenna Shamoon take you on a mini-tour of the photos that spoke to her in the Vivian Maier: Street Photographer exhibition.
Learn about John Marriott’s Play of Light series where he highlights classical portrait sculpture from the AGH permanent collection in a way contrary to the typical rules of exhibition and display: shot in complete darkness and illuminated only by the ambient light from a cell phone.
Artist interviews with Masoud Eskandari, Nedda Baba and Amber Helene Müller St. Thomas leading up to the closure of the exhibition Hamilton Now: Subject!
Discover why the Irving Zucker Sculpture Garden is Downtown Hamilton’s best kept secret! A secret garden full of awe-inspiring sculptures spanning across art history.
The nice thing about working with living contemporary artists is that we can ask them about their work and process. Here we interviewed Stephanie Vegh. Her exhibition Echoing Shore is on view on Gallery Level 2 until September 23, 2018.
A behind-the-scenes look at how we installed the ‘THNATOS’ Cadillac Eldorado car in our exhibition ‘Hamilton Now: Subject’.