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Ross Bradley

Gone are the days of people lining up around the block to see hot or occasionally risqué shows. This is not to say there were not lots of things to do and see at the 27th annual Works Festival in Edmonton’s downtown core. more

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Janet Mitchell "PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION" 1973

Collection of the Alberta Foundation for the Arts

Though academic landscape traditions had already shifted with the Group of Seven prior to World War I, even this was not fully embraced until well into the middle part of the 20th century in Alberta. more

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As the exhibition title suggests, Dean Drever does not leave much middle ground in his exploration of the power of symbols in the struggle for power. His exhibition is black and white in both the literal and figurative sense. more

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It seems appropriate that the Art Gallery of Alberta should follow up their recent Exhibition "Traffic: Conceptual Art in Canada 1965 – 1980" (June 25th to September 25, 2011), with a look at current practice in this genre of the visual arts. more

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As Canada begins its withdrawal from active duty in Afghanistan, it is an appropriate time to look back at our involvement and impact over the past ten years. more

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The idea of previewing an installation exhibition is somewhat daunting, as the nature of installation work is that it evolves as it’s created in the gallery space. more

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At first glance, it could be a nostalgic walk down memory lane; for many people who grew up in the fifties and sixties, it will indeed bring back memories of a much less complicated time. more

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PAT SERVICE – REGARD AND OTHER NEW PAINTINGS AND ARLENE WASYLYNCHUK – FOREST PASSAGES AT THE SCOTT GALLERY, EDMONTON, ALBERTA, MAY 8 TO MAY 25, 2010 more

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Over its 14 year history, the Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art has provided a snapshot of the leading edge of the visual arts scene across the province. more

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Now that the WOW factor has begun to wear off and the crowds have thinned out, we can stand back and assess the new Art Gallery of Alberta as a place to exhibit art. more

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