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14 August 2018

Rebecca Belmore, “sister,” 2010

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 17    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Anishinaabe artist Rebecca Belmore’s visceral work is politically potent but also brims with poetic humanity. A show at the Art Gallery of Ontario includes many of her greatest hits. more

STORIES

Lee Hutzulak, a man of many talents, picks up his paintbrush and plays nice with a cast of oddball characters at an even odder venue – a fancy donut shop in Vancouver. more

STORIES

Gallery Gachet, which supports marginalized artists in Vancouver, helps Teresa Pocock, an artist with Down syndrome, launch her second book. more

STORIES

When Hubert Hohn moved to Edmonton, he brought an outsider’s eye to the city’s humble abodes. His photographs raise questions about the communities we construct. more

STORIES

Fiona Ackerman’s latest paintings are inspired by photographs of paper gardens created amid the infinite reflections of mirrored boxes. more

STORIES

Lori Blondeau’s mid-career survey looks forward as much as it looks back. Shared understandings from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission are allowing her to go deeper. more

STORIES

The Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art presents the inaugural Prairie Art Book Fair in Winnipeg from Sept. 7 to Sept. 9. more

NEWS

A public art project to enhance the front of the Nanaimo Art Gallery is underway on Vancouver Island. more

NEWS

Haema Sivanesan, curator at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, has been awarded a curatorial research fellowship from the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. more

NEWS

Jeffrey Spalding has been appointed as an art consultant for the Tao Hua Tan Cultural and Creative Company and the lifetime senior artist at the Tao Hua Tan International Artist Creative Residency. more

NEWS

André Plante has been appointed provost and academic vice-president at the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary. more

NEWS