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A $12,000 painting by Mike Bayne has been stolen from TrépanierBaer Gallery in Calgary. more

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TrépanierBaer Gallery has released an award-winning, limited-edition book about Oscar Cahén. more

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The program builds on the Contemporary Art Gallery's existing off-site work with Canadian artists abroad, seen most recently in the five-museum tour begun in 2015 with artist Liz Magor. more

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Wyn Geleynse offers something often absent from contemporary art – humour. more

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Miss Chief Eagle Testickle usually struts across Kent Monkman’s canvases in her spike heels fearlessly battling – and ravishing – cowboys, settlers and Mounties. more

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Eight works by Evan Penny have arrived in Venice from his Toronto studio and are being installed for a solo exhibition organized by Calgary’s TrépanierBaer Gallery. more

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Does creativity run in families? Damian Moppett and his dad, Ron, who exhibit together this fall at the Art Gallery of Alberta, are just one example of how family ties play out in the arts. more

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Ask Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas how he is and you’ll get an honest answer. “It’s an interesting time,” he says from Vancouver, where he’s juggling several big projects, including his solo show, "The Seriousness of Play". more

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Geoffrey James "Storefront, Dundas Street, Toronto, 2011

Courtesy TrepanierBaer

“Photography is a powerful way to tell Toronto’s story — to show our city’s diversity, talent and beauty," said Mayor John Tory. "The quality and range of Geoffrey James' work makes him an ideal photo laureate... more

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It will be hard to imagine a world without the presence of Marcel Barbeau. Marcel passed away Jan 2, 2016. His work has been a guiding light since the mid-1940s. We followed his every move as painter, sculptor, photographer and performance artist. more

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

Courtesy of the artist and TrepanierBaer

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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Astoundingly, this fascinating exhibition of historical First Nations art is not presented by a museum but by a commercial gallery best known for avant-garde contemporary art. more

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Yves Trépanier recently sat down with Ron Moppett to discuss "Vincent's Last Studio", his most recent installation. more

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"Landscape with Mountains and Crescent Moon"

Courtesy TrépanierBaer Gallery.

My first encounter with an IAIN BAXTER& artwork was at the Art Gallery of Ontario in the late 1970s. This witty but insightful piece, I was to learn later, came from his "Bagged Landscape" series of the mid-1960s. more

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In 1979 IAIN BAXTER& - the &MAN made an etching in an edition of 10 with the famous San Francisco-based print publisher Crown Point Press. more

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Calgary residents can't help but notice a colourful new piece of public art – an enormous mosaic of stone and glass tiles created by longtime Calgary artist Ron Moppett. 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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Sculpting in paint, Calgary artist Chris Millar creates spectacularly detailed 3D works that push the conventions of the form. more

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TEXTILES HAVE BECOME A SURPRISINGLY FERTILE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL MEDIUM FOR ARTISTS (MOSTLY FEMALE – PLUS A VERY FEW MEN). more

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Over the past few years, Calgary-based artist Chris Millar has become known for a series of meticulously rendered, narrative-intense paintings which, at first glance, could be called “comic book style.” more

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