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5 June 2018

Kelly Richardson, “The Erudition,” 2010

Galleries West

Vol 3 No 12    ISSN 2561-3316 

Editor: Portia Priegert

Kelly Richardson’s exceptional video installation adds mystery to a mostly earnest group show that considers how photography has shaped human understandings of the West Coast forest. Read more

STORIES

Artist Etienne Zack reflects on relationships between bureaucracies and information with delirious architectures composed of books and stacked documents. Read more

STORIES

Works by Davida Kidd, Rebecca Chaperon and Chris Reid trigger the imagination. Writers as notable as Susan Musgrave and Zsuzsi Gartner were happy to respond. Read more

STORIES

Paul Chan – the latest international artist to grace the Remai Modern – embraces history, beauty and escapism as a form of radical engagement. Read more

STORIES

Ian Rawlinson was driving home at dusk when he saw a moose looming in the darkness. It could have ended badly. Instead, that apparition inspired a new body of work. Read more

STORIES

The Vancouver Art Gallery looks at visionary Japanese architect Shigeru Ban’s temporary housing for people displaced by disasters. Astonishingly, his shelters are made from paper. Read more

STORIES

International artists will consider issues such as the refugee crisis, rising nationalism and environmental crisis over the next two years. Read more

NEWS

The Alberta Craft Council's board of directors has named Jenna Stanton as interim executive director. Read more

NEWS

The work of the five artists on the short list will be featured in a group exhibition opening Oct. 3 at the National Gallery of Canada. One artist will take home the $100,000 first prize, to be awarded Nov. 14 in Ottawa. Read more

NEWS

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

NEWS

The interim board of directors of Victoria's Open Space Arts Society has announced that Raj Sen is the artist-run centre's acting director for a one-year term that started June 1. Read more

NEWS

The centre, part of the Winnipeg Art Gallery, will share art and stories as well as hands-on programming for students when it opens in 2020. Read more

NEWS

The meticulously restored and refurbished Canada Pavilion was unveiled at the Biennale Architettura in Venice on May 24. Read more

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Seven pieces by Saskatchewan craft artists are now part of Global Affairs Canada's art collection. Read more

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The re-opening weekend in June features free admission, performances, inaugural artist residencies and a new community-centred exhibition space. Read more

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A public sculpture by Omaskêko Ininiwak artist Duane Linklater will be installed on the facade of the MacKenzie Gallery’s T.C. Douglas Building in Regina's Wascana Park starting May 24. Read more

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