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Agnieszka Matejko

Agnieszka Matejko

Agnieszka Matejko is an Edmonton community-based artist whose practice focuses on youth and children as well as engaging non-arts groups in public art projects. She has taught at MacEwan University and the University of Alberta.

Five finalists vying for a prestigious national prize tackle social and political issues. Read more

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Ira Hoffecker uses art to come to terms with dark secrets from the past. Read more

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Artist looks at precarious cycles of displacement and gentrification in urban centres. Read more

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Alberta’s first artist in provincial residence reverses the colonial gaze by painting powerful portraits of Indigenous people. Read more

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Prominent South African artist mounts an animated procession both joyful and macabre at the Art Gallery of Alberta. Read more

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Fascinating show looks at the intersection of technology and the human body. Read more

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Heather Leier’s intimate yet understated work looks at trauma from sexual violence. Read more

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Robin Smith-Peck's collages offer new and mysterious visions. Read more

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Edmonton artist Riisa Gundesen confronts mental illness in visceral paintings. Read more

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When Emmauel Osahor arrived from Nigeria, he expected utopia. But he found the echoes of colonialism reverberate in Canada as they do in Africa. Read more

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A fascinating show offers insight into the complex histories and cultures of South Asia. Read more

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Deer antlers become a metaphor for shedding old patterns and overcoming trauma in an unflinching exhibition about healing and transformation. Read more

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Edmonton artist Kirsty Templeton Davidge creates precisely observed portraits that focus on small but telling details. She wants us to truly see the people around us. Read more

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Wendy Tokaryk uses vintage lace doilies to make prints that reflect on social histories. But their decorative energy allows little melancholy for times past. Read more

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When Hubert Hohn moved to Edmonton, he brought an outsider’s eye to the city’s humble abodes. His photographs raise questions about the communities we construct. Read more

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Gillian Willans became fascinated by banal domestic routines as she took on a new role caring for a growing family. It led to haunting paintings of vintage interiors. Read more

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A moving survey of contemporary Métis art reveals a continuing tradition of meticulous craft, as well as lived stories of loss, resilience and cultural survival. Read more

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An Edmonton that brings together work by six printmakers from India and six diasporic artists from the United States models diversity and mutual respect. Read more

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Florin Hategan creates meticulous prints of wetlands and human figures in transition. His dark and moody work is on view at Edmonton's Harcourt House Gallery. Read more

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Two artists bring a touch of home to the University of Alberta Hospital. Read more

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