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29 August 2017

29 August 2017

Galleries West Digital

Vol 2 No 18   ISSN 2561-3316

Editor: Portia Priegert

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From the Editor

Joe Fafard wants everyone to know that, despite turning 75 on Sept. 2, he plans to continue making art for many years to come more

STORIES

Wei Li’s colourful and complicated paintings are impressionistic abstracts, full of motion and confident brush marks. more

STORIES

A show at Urban Shaman in Winnipeg offers examples of work being produced by a new generation of Inuit artists who are far more political, mischievous and adventurous than their soapstone-carving forebears. more

STORIES

U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed barrier with Mexico prompted a show at the Illingworth Kerr Gallery in Calgary. more

STORIES

More than anything, Anne Meggitt’s paintings, with all their leafy canopies, sun-dappled wildflowers and tangled underbrush, are about seeing. more

STORIES

cSPACE King Edward in Calgary is billed as an arts incubator. But that’s not quite right – it’s more of an arts utopia. more

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The Vancouver Art Gallery is pleased to partner with the Burrard Arts Foundation for the third annual Façade Festival 2017. more

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The Polygon Gallery builds on Presentation House Gallery’s forty-year, internationally-respected body of work, showcasing an artistic program rooted in photography and media art. more

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Artists Cat L’Hirondelle and Rose Williams, both artists who identify as living with a disability, each took on the challenge of painting a piano to represent Kickstart. more

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Congratulations to Peter von Tiesenhausen and David Cantine, whose works have been installed at the new Simons at Londonderry Mall. more

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The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria has announced they have received Canadian painter David Milne’s, "Entrance to Saugerties Harbour," (1927), as a donation from local philanthropist Patrick Stewart. more

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Carolyn Warren will take up her new role on Oct. 10, 2017 and will fully lead the division when Jacques Vézina retires at the end of 2017. more

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The MacKenzie continues its lineup of programming for "Transformative Landscapes" with "Pioneer" by New Zealand artist Brett Graham. more

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49 artists were chosen from across Canada by an independent jury for the Finalists' Exhibition (Saturday, September 23 to Sunday, October 22). Awards will be made totalling $30,000. more

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Simons department stores has acquired two works from Gary James Joynes’ Ouroboros series. more

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