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Kenderdine Art Gallery

Landlocked Saskatchewan has no sea, but Todd Gronsdahl has created three fanciful stories about misadventures on regional waterways for his show at Saskatoon's Kenderdine Art Gallery. more

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"Lip-Ruddy Rose"

Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Karla Griffin.

Patrick Traer, in this retrospective survey, exhibits work that occupies a rare space between sculpture, furniture and fine craft. more

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David R. Harper is recognized for his unusual mix of method and materials, such as the embroidered decoration on taxidermy exhibited in last year’s blockbuster survey, Oh, Canada, at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. more

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"Bear"

Photographer: David Jacques

The ubiquitous role of the female figure in 20th and 21st century popular culture permeates Janet Werner: "Another Perfect Day," at the University of Saskatchewan. more

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In Su Rynard’s installation work, "Bear", the starved-looking form of a young black bear hesitates on the edge between wilderness and civilization, drawn out of the forest by a scattering of garbage. more

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Curator Amanda Cachia came upon the idea for Diabolique through the work of ten powerful female artists. more

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“I respond to things,” says Toronto artist Kelly Mark of her forthcoming survey show at the Kenderdine Gallery. Curated by Barbara Fischer, the exhibition includes old and new works by this enfant terrible of neo-conceptualism. more

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Through October 3, the Kenderdine Art Gallery at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon hosts 18 Illuminations, collected works of 18 artists organized around the concept of light. more

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