In display cases in this area of the Canadian art galleries are examples of Inuit carvings. Pauta Saila carved Standing Bear in 1962.
Annugakuluk Kelly fashioned Pair Of Incised Walrus Tusks in 1979.
The Owl is a 1969 stonecut on paper work by Kenojuak Ashevak, another Inuit artist.
Alex Colville painted Woman At Clothesline in 1956-57, with his wife Rhoda as the subject.
This 1984 acrylic painting is titled We're All In The Same Boat, by Anishinaabe artist Roy Thomas.
Stepping out into a contemporary arts area, I came into a room where a multimedia presentation was ongoing. William Kentridge created More Sweetly Play The Dance, a commentary on South Africa's old apartheid system, with video images moving across the screens in the room.
I headed up towards the world art area, and paused to photograph the glass tower from up here, with Tepkik by Jordan Bennett hanging inside.