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Dunlop Art Gallery

Toronto artist Derek Sullivan unbinds books from their traditional form and usage. more

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Marina Roy, "Apartment," 2009

Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Don Hall

The Regina Public Library had a strange, unsettling “neighbour” this past summer. Book lovers entering the downtown building would see immediately on their right a glass wall looking into a space resembling a primate enclosure. more

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Immediately enveloping, Material Girls delivers on the curatorial claim that it’s like a teenaged girl’s bedroom. Polychrome walls and artist wallpapers frame several pieces, helping transform staid gallery to “hot mess.” more

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"Dominion"

Courtesy of SETH. Photo: Bianca Elke, University of Lethbridge Art Gallery.

Dominion is an elaborate work-in-progress by the cartoonist known as Seth. A model of a Canadian town with some 70 buildings constructed from cardboard boxes and house paint, it reflects the optimism of an earlier idealized era. more

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"Material Girls" brings together artists who explore material processes and notions of excess as they relate to the feminized body, gendered space and capitalist desire. more

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Biliana Velkova’s exhibition, "Splendid", includes three large-format photographs that reflect on the ways commerce shapes tourism, national identity and understandings of nature. more

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The relationship between the tragic and the comic is the focus of Tragedy Plus Time, a group exhibition featuring Canadian and international artists. more

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Dunlop Art Gallery is proud to support emerging writers and the production of critical writing through the establishment of the Dunlop Art Gallery Critical Writing Award for Emerging Writers. more

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"Lake Superior Agate"

Photo: Lee Henderson.

Curator Jennifer Matotek reconsiders the formalist aesthetics of modernism, which influenced many Saskatchewan artists via the Emma Lake workshops. more

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If any art is recognized as 'Canadian' within the international art market, it is likely the soapstone carvings and graphic prints of the Inuit peoples of Canada's Arctic. more

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It takes skill to build an art career in a modest region, with a pragmatic population that frequently favours football and curling over gallery-going. more

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AFTER A SERIES OF STARTLING LARGE-SCALE INSTALLATIONS, HEATHER BENNING’S NEW WORK JUST LOOKS LIKE CHILD’S PLAY. more

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