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18 June 2019

Ho Tam, “Cover to Cover," 2019

Galleries West

Vol 4 No 13   ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

I took four days off last week for an adventure – a tour of Vancouver Island's ancient forests. Read more

From the Editor

By making and unmaking books, magazines and other publications, Ho Tam considers how images circulate in contemporary society. Read more

STORIES

After an exciting career as a theatre designer, Susan Benson turns her attention to the people and landscape of Salt Spring Island. Read more

STORIES

Timely and compelling work by Indigenous artists from the North reflects on language, sovereignty and the land. Read more

STORIES

Paul Robles and Lin Xu display intricate cut paper and tangled ceramic works at Winnipeg’s new craft hub. Read more

STORIES

Buyers were cautious last month at the major sales, but Inuit art shone with a new record by Joe Talirunili. Read more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

Two artists recombine specimens from the natural world in a show at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum in Vancouver. Read more

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Alberta Printmakers, an artist-run centre in Calgary, is celebrating its 30th anniversary by creating a special portfolio of original prints. Read more

NEWS

Open Space, an artist-run centre in Victoria, has named Namgis artist and elder Gerry Ambers as elder in residence. Read more

NEWS

The family of Kenneth Lochhead has donated art valued at more than $700,000 to the University of Regina. Read more

NEWS

Kevin Frayer's images are on view at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg until April. Read more

NEWS

Rochelle Steiner, hired a year ago as the associate director and chief curator of the Vancouver Art Gallery, has stepped down for undisclosed reasons. Read more

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Vancouver artist Anne Low is one of five finalists for this year's Sobey Art Award. Read more

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The Winnipeg Art Gallery has received $2 million for a community plaza adjacent to its new Inuit Art Centre. Read more

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Jess Richter is the new director of the Art Gallery of Regina, effective July 1. Read more

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