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Amy Fung

Walking through these three distinct exhibitions by Anna Oppermann, Andrea Pinheiro and Marianne Wex, there is a natural inclination to seek and understand how each room and artist correlates with one another. more

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Fueled by her own unstoppable imagination, Shary Boyle’s work shatters life into visually stunning narrative shards, breaking down hierarchies between humans and animals, men and women. more

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“I still think of myself as a cyborg,” says Calgary-based artist Donna White, whose "Cyborg Collars" are a visually alluring metaphor for a collective experience. more

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As part of Exposure 2011, southern Alberta’s annual photography festival, Slovenia-based Marko Modic has a Canadian premiere with "Alchemy" at the Whyte Museum in Banff. more

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After ten years of a professional art career, Vancouver-based artist Heather Passmore has gathered her share of rejection letters from galleries, granting agencies, and residencies. But she’s managed to get creative with the results. more

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Spanning 30 years, Terry Billings’ artistic career has always addressed the relationship between nature and culture, especially the boundaries between very public forms of understanding of nature and our individual subjective understanding. more

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Obsessed with the diverse and living topography of Iceland, Eszter Burghardt came home to her studio in Vancouver and started re-creating the textures of the land. more

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"I don’t believe in centres anymore. I believe technology decenters everything." -Richard Rhodes more

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"Timeland," the 2010 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, provoked an ongoing provincial dialogue about identities and regional representations. more

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Since taking home the grand prize in last year’s RBC painting competition, Slave Lake, Alberta-raised Brenda Draney has completed a new series of works that accentuate the absence of what we think we know. more

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With so much emphasis focused on the redesign of the exterior of Edmonton’s Art Gallery of Alberta, visitors might forget that the interior has also been completely redesigned by Randall Stout’s architectural firm. more

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As the largest installation to date by Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller, “The Murder of Crows” (2008) makes its North American premiere as one of the inaugural exhibitions for the newly redesigned Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton. more

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Curated by Linda Jansma and Virginia Eichhorn, "Ornamenta" brings together two significant installations by Edmonton-based artist Lyndal Osborne. more

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"Face the Nation" gathers eight contemporary Aboriginal artists from across Canada for their take on the history and (mis)representation of myths, stereotypes, and culture. more

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The trials of technological affects on the northern landscape often remain silent in the media, but installation artist and sculptor Lynn Richardson has playfully re-imagined the northern landscape in "Business as Usual." more

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As the first living graphic artist to hold a solo exhibition at the National Museum in Cracow, Poland, Leszek Wyczolkowski continues to be one of Canada’s most esteemed printmakers. more

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Somewhere between landscape and abstraction, Ernestine Tahedl’s works persist. Trained at the Vienna Academy of Applied Arts, the Austria-born Tahedl has now made King City, Ontario her studio home after 60 years as an artist. more

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The mysterious abyss of light and shadow where the horizon meets the break of light is at the center of David Edwards’ latest work. more

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