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Southern Alberta Art Gallery

Kristy Trinier replaces Ryan Doherty, the director/curator since 2013, starting June 18. more

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After 10 years at SAAG, including four as the organization’s Director/Curator, Ryan Doherty will be stepping down to pursue other opportunities. more

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Maria Hupfield’s practice lies less in the inequities of Indigenous identity in the 21st century – though it is about that – than in the more critical experience of human connection. more

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Holger Kalberg, "untitled," 2016

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Vancouver artist Holger Kalberg explores the relationship between utopian ideas and modernist aesthetics in recent paintings, sculptures and installations. more

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A first look at a Johnson exhibition is often a matter of matching various levels of technical finesse to various levels of rawness in the subject matter... more

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Chris Cran, "Orange Woman" (Chorus Series 13.5)

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Senior Calgary artist Chris Cran has achieved a remarkable and unique career milestone. The National Gallery of Canada and the Art Gallery of Alberta have come together to organize a 40-year survey of his art for display in Edmonton and Ottawa. more

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Amalie Atkins sets layered narratives against the luminous landscapes of Saskatchewan, enacting scenarios both mundane and otherworldly. more

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"24 Thoughts about Stripes and Dots made into forms and arranged upon a vitrine made of brass and glass"

Courtesy the artist and Jessica Bradley Gallery.

Zin Taylor addresses form as a philosophical quandary using stripes and dots, two hallmarks of abstraction, to develop a surface language for various forms. At its core, Taylor’s exhibition explores how ideas become concrete and tangible. more

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Monika Sosnowska considers the economic shifts following the collapse of Communism in her hometown of Warsaw with painted steel sculptures that resemble twisted vendor stalls. more

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RYAN DOHERTY NAMED DIRECTOR/CURATOR The Board of Directors of the Southern Alberta Art Gallery announced today that Marilyn Smith, Executive Director, will retire from the gallery in mid-July. more

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AFTER A SERIES OF HIGH-PROFILE SHOWS, BRENDAN TANG IS GETTING READY FOR THE NEXT BIG THING. more

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WITH A 40-YEAR SURVEY OF PAINTING AND PRINT-MAKING AT THE SOUTHERN ALBERTA ART GALLERY, LETHBRIDGE LEGEND BILLY MCCARROLL SHOWS HE’S STILL IN THE GAME. more

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Kelly Richardson’s new three-channel video installation, Erudition, opens on an alien landscape, where lush trees grow out of a wrinkled desert, and move statically in the wind. more

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IN THE RUSH TO CREATE ICONIC ARCHITECTURE AND ATTRACT BIG SHOWS, HOW FAR ARE MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES MOVING FROM THEIR CORE PRINCIPLES? PLUS: FOUR REGIONAL GALLERIES MOVE INTO THE FUTURE. more

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Opposing perspectives led two Lethbridge artists to collaborate. “Our different interactions with nature caused spirited debates,” says Leila Armstrong. more

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It hardly mattered that I had already seen some of the mixed-media work featured in this exhibition of shadowy illusions. more

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THE DO-IT-YOURSELF DECONSTRUCTIONS OF DAVID DIVINEY. more

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As with many large-scale installation pieces, Marie- Josée Laframboise’s mixed-media sculptures must change somewhat to fit diverse gallery spaces. more

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"Visual art here is no passing fancy," says Marilyn Smith, Director of the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, one of a few institutions in the city devoted to contemporary art. more

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Find a summer's worth of great gallery destinations, from Sooke to Winnipeg Beach. more

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