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  • History provides abundant examples of how social relations impact art. Traditionally the church, state, and wealthy patrons have funded the arts in order to increase their...
  • The art world mullahs have been saying it for a long time, even needy novelist Jonathan Franzen has piped in – the twentieth century: the century of collage. Commentators forget...
  • The representation of women through popular imagery, without a doubt, fails to reflect the actual experiences of the modern day women. Through its proliferation, these images have...
  • A CD publication has been produced in collaboration with Clark Gallery and Gallery 101 and will be available at the gallery. This exhibition is presented in collaboration with The...
  • The Bikini Project consists of 294 images of photo album snapshots of women in bathing suits, collected over the past forty years by an unknown collector. The album was found...
  • “I am a leisure society, I travel, I walk on sandy beaches; bathe my spoiled body in warm blue waters of exotic resorts. I can feel my leisure grow, feel my need for it complete....
  • In her exhibition Ten Small Quarrels, Karina Kalvaitis has fashioned stage sets to stand in as abandoned habitats, which appear as points of recent departure for mysterious...
  • My work is expressed mainly through photographs and text. The story I am telling draws upon standards in our everyday lives: regulations, instructions and restrictions. I am...
  • The apparently craft-like methodologies utilized by Rhonda Weppler in her sculptural works are actually rooted in strategies of minimal sculpture; the void at minimalism's core is...
  • Remember when you raised your hand as a kid if you knew the answer to a question, or to be chosen to be on a team; or you might have raised your hand to show that you wanted to be...
  • “THE DAMNED IN 3D” (45 minutes) screens only on: Thursday, February 23: 9pm, Artist in Attendance Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 12pm and 4pm, and Saturdays: 11am, 2pm and...
  • Raising awareness of our public presence is key in our audience development efforts. To enhance our physical presence and bring art to the public sphere, two art projects have...
  • In contemporary urban culture, where privacy is actively defended by a public that aspires to anonymity, the overwhelming majority of multi-household residential structures are...
  • Countdown to madness Inspired by the sampling approach of DJs, Michèle Provost has composed her own visual version of a Top 40 chart, using “samples” from classic rock lyrics of...
  • An exhibition exploring the fleeting and the ephemeral, the passing of the seasons, and bonding friendships. In Canada, we compartmentalise our lives according to the weather, hot...
  • Ottawa International Airport, Alcove Gallery "This suite of paper works are a collection of visual travelogues, personal meditations on memory, and metaphysical abstractions...
  • Gallery 101 / Galerie 101 Ottawa August 29 To October 12, 2002 Montréal, Arts Interculturels Montréal March 5 To April 5, 2003 The Khyber Centre For The Arts Halifax May 12 To...
  • In Bax’wana’tsi : the Container for Souls, Marianne Nicolson shares an affirmation of her Dzawada’enuxw traditional culture and language, as well as a reassertion of an old belief...
  • In Collaboration with The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective Stephen Foster and Maria Hupfield both create tension and balance in their staged photographic tableaus. The works...
  • One is an island lost in a sea of others or alone haplessly adrift. These are just two of the impressions that one could garner from the photographic work of Robyn Cumming;...

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