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Herringer Kiss Gallery

After 16 years in business, including 10 years in their current location, Calgary's Herringer Kiss Gallery is moving. more

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Vancouver-based artist Mark Ollinger describes his work as Nordic or Celtic knots that merge with graffiti. more

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Your inner nerd will get a workout at Beakerhead, a Calgary festival that mashes together art, science and engineering in wildly creative ways. more

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Bolivian-born artist Pilar Mehlis reflects on the immigrant experience at Calgary's Herringer Kiss Gallery. more

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The renewed popularity of Op art gives this young Calgary artist a boost. more

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Fireflies, chameleons and starlings were the inspiration for "Murmuration," which explores natural networks and data visualization in sculptural and digital media. more

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For her latest series, "Gods and Monsters", Renée Duval spent four years painting large-scale trees, allowing each image to mutate so the trees look neither natural nor unnatural. more

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Vancouver-based Elizabeth Barnes developed an interest in post-painterly abstraction at the prestigious Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. more

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Angela Leach explores the question of what is real in Another Round, which includes new geometric abstractions that repeat particular motifs. more

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"Harry Kiyooka in his studio"

Photo: Bob Blakey.

Both Harry Kiyooka, and his older brother, Roy, accomplished much as artists. But it is Roy who is better known in the Canadian art world. So, a case for sibling rivalry? more

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The 2012 version of Art Toronto – or, the event previously known as the Toronto International Art Fair, if you prefer – featured some 130 galleries from 23 countries. more

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The industrial cast of Ken Webb’s current works is depicted through a mix of representational and abstract imagery — factories, refineries, and workers clustered around built structures. more

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While Harry Kiyooka (b. 1928) has been neither as prolific nor as ambitious as many other artists in this province, he does occupy a singular place in the history of art in Alberta. 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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As the annual Exposure Photography Festival grows every year, it keeps adding participating galleries and artists — this year a few dozen galleries in Calgary and Banff will be involved. more

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PHOTOGRAPHER DAVID BURDENY DOCUMENTS A GRAND AND ENDANGERED LANDSCAPE. more

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The “victim drawings” salvaged from Kiyooka’s flooded basement depicted casualties of global political unrest, like the Algerian War of Independence. They spanned from the late ‘60s to the early ‘80s. more

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Anyone who’s ever flown into a city after dark will see something familiar in Montreal artist Dennis Ekstedt’s "Cluster." more

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Charles Malinsky is on a spectacular journey. From his birthplace in Canada to his adopted home in Spain, Malinsky weaves tales using figures that at one moment seem familiar, and then suddenly evade us like apparitions disappearing into thin air. more

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The art of photography takes the spotlight this season with Exposure 2006, a multi-city celebration of turning negatives into positively striking images. more

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