• PEEP: Beyond the Eye of the Beholder consists of a seires of large scale paintings on the theme of female adolescent rites-of-passage and experience. They are both narrative and evocative, based on a combination of autobiographical memory...
  • Painting in the Age of Art is a series of three exhibitions dealing with the struggle by painters from a variety of social and cultural backgrounds to displace the cultural hegemony for which painting has, for so many years, acted as a...
  • Pulse. scan. fold is an innovative, multi-media collaboration between filmmaker Barbara Sternberg and visual artist Rae Davis. The Main Gallery exhibition combines a presentation of new video works by Barbara Sternerg with regular...
  • McFadden’s Flats is part of an ongoing project in which the artist uses visual excerpts from old comic books, sketches, her own doodle approximations and mark-making, as well as details from previous works. The vocabulary of signs is the...
  • Bouchard and Drufrasne usually work independently but for a few years they have been working together in some occasions. Those collaborations are the result of a close relationship, a real friendship and numerous intellectual affinities....
  • PAINT Phil Delisle, Sharon Katz, Michael Markowsky, Natasha Mazurka and Duane Slick • Curator: Leanne L’Hirondelle Painting - the act and the physical work - can create slippages between high and low, product and object, and/or process...
  • Polymental takes the viewer on surprisingly divergent paths. According to Blatherwick, painting “is a conceptual pursuit which is made more human after being filtered through his admittedly quirky sensibility and translated via the...
  • To enter the work of Donald Odita is to enter the honest mind of an artist at the crossroads. The crossroads, as it is in The Blues, that earthy though mystical place where the real world meets the aspirations of a world that could be,...
  • Is it safe to suggest that art, in all forms, questions authority? As our century draws to a close, we can glance back to the beginning and notice that each movement that emerged perceptually delved into the realm of inventing new ideas,...
  • This exhibition presents books in a variety of media demonstrating this important aspect of contemporary art production. Questioning the traditional forms of the printed book, these artists propose new forms, new contents and new ways to...
  • In the past five years, Levergneux’s art practice has incorporated photography and digital imaging as devices to express her interest with personal memory and identity. The computer provides her with the means to manipulate, edit, and...
  • Face Value investigates how three artists, adopting neither a utopic nor antagonistic attitude toward painting, uphold an unapologetic and integral relationship with its historical tradition, including a recognition and exploitation of its...
  • Inter Place is one in a series of installations by Screen under the rubric of Space Arm Program; an initiative to project onto the future present the spectre of audio visual prosthesis – telepresence, surveillance, and life via remote...
  • Cathy Mullen situates her work among artists, researchers and educators who attempt to articulate a framework for understanding what the art critic Suzi Gablik has called, “a new connective, participatory aesthetics, a value-based art that...
  • Daily News includes works from two series, Coverage (1995-96) and A Day in the Life (1997-98). Both bodies of work force the coalescence of photographic image with three-dimensional form, and the intermixing of domestic with public realms...
  • Chantal Gervais’ photo installation uses the human body to explore the transient nature of existence. In the installation a darkened room is punctuated by detailed and graphic images of the body that seem to be suspended in space. The...
  • Incredibly Soft Sounds took the form of a group exhibition of audio art projects solicited from an open call for submissions. The theme suggests audio art projects solicited from an open call for submissions. The theme suggests audio art...
  • This multidisciplinary exhibition was initiated with a call for submissions inviting artists to consider the potential of language as a medium of urban interaction. The call focused on the ways in which language – particularly in its...
  • The State of Viewing: Distinguishing Between Wayne and Shuster is a response to a number of concerns that can be placed under the loose heading of “civics”. In its two previous shows PLACE AND SHOW explored the relationship of artworks to...
  • Dilemma… It is perplexing to me, this need for the written word, this anxiety for print. Does Barbara Brown’s work need my writing to legitimize it? Explain it? Or define it? Of course not. I cannot. It is all the more a perplexing dilemma...

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