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Cliff Eyland

It’s strange to see Craig Love’s paintings in a gallery. To my mind, they belong in his studio in Winnipeg’s Exchange District. They live there. His space is like a hovel. Hundreds of in-progress paintings line every surface. more

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Ufuk Gueray talks about his upcoming show – and his fascination with Russian Suprematist Kazimir Malevich. more

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A first look at a Johnson exhibition is often a matter of matching various levels of technical finesse to various levels of rawness in the subject matter... more

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Mark Neufeld creates a rewarding parody of what he calls “curatorial care” in this exhibition, a compact total work that includes painting, photography, appropriated prints, collage, sculpture, and found objects such as trays and plastic vessels. more

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For more than 30 years, Cliff Eyland, a Winnipeg painter, writer and curator, has created paintings, drawings and notes in an index-card format that measures just three inches by five inches. more

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"Negative Space" is a collective of young artists that sponsors an unfunded gallery. They debate each other about every show they produce, so I can imagine the hair pulling that must have accompanied their decision to grant Taite an exhibition. more

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In their multimedia exhibition, Storytime, Winnipeg artists Leslie Supnet and Glen Johnson create a not-so-traditional narrative. more

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Wanda Koop is an important Winnipeg artist who, along with a few others in the late 1970s and early 1980s, took the unusual step of also becoming an entrepreneur. more

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Since at least 1981, Cliff Eyland has been working in tiny, file-card sized paintings, mostly on board. more

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