Lindsey V. Sharman

Lindsey Sharman has been appointed curator of the Art Gallery of Alberta, effective Aug. 7. more


Artists deconstruct the Canadian flag as part of an exhibition, "Felled Trees," at Canada House in London. more


Lori Blondeau’s mid-career survey looks forward as much as it looks back. Shared understandings from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission are allowing her to go deeper. more


A show at the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff looks at art and industrial activity through the lens of rivers. Many works offer humour but they are as much exorcisms as interventions. more


Marigold Santos rejects the notion that women’s emotions are a sign of weakness and uses severed bodies as a metaphor for the power to reinvent oneself. more


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


John Brocke, "Nikki and Julie"

Collection of TransCanada Pipelines Ltd.

The exhibition is presented in a rough timeline, which also separates the works, more or less, into interior and exterior scenes. The curation by Travis Lutley and Douglas Maclean is subtle and clever. more

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