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Gurevich Fine Art

Keith Wood chose a plucky name for his latest exhibition of abstract work on paper: "Non-Fiction." more

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It’s hard to miss the energy of Lisa Johnson’s large triptych, which portrays a striking granite cliff that rises some 300 feet from the dark waters of Mazinaw Lake in Eastern Ontario. more

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It’s an odd irony: grand new art galleries are opening across the west just as the digital age ushers in unprecedented access to art from the comfort of our sofas. more

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Group portraits typically fill a documentary role, preserving the identity of a family or an assortment of friends or colleagues at a particular point in time. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

Children are a mainstay in Japanese-born artist Kae Sasaki’s drawings and paintings. more

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To contemporary eyes, there’s something sad about the intense and serious gaze of Margarita Teresa, the royal Spanish child or infanta portrayed in several famous court paintings by 17th-century artist Diego Velázquez. more

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From earliest times, horses have been mythologized as possessing exceptional, magical properties. They are seen as noble and intelligent, elegant and muscular. 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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Tim Schouten displays paintings from "The Spirit Lake Project," an ongoing conversation between six artists creating work related to the Spirit Lake Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. more

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Winnipeg artist Megan Krause is known for paintings that juxtapose organic imagery with inorganic infrastructure to confront environmental issues such as the disappearance of honeybees and the killing of whales. more

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Among the various titles that make up Winnipeg painter Sue Gordon’s "Far Country" is the ironic "The Future Is Clear," which is anything but in her encaustic landscapes. more

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For his first show with Gurevich Fine Art in Winnipeg, photographer Steven Ackerman – whose work has appeared in The Onion, Vice and Border Crossings magazines — sought out the “remarkable mood that exists” at the Winnipeg Folk Festival. more

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The Rabbit Hole is the name of Bill Lobchuk’s current studio, a second-floor attic-style space in North Winnipeg, very near the site of his first apartment in the back of a grocery store on Selkirk. more

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