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Art Gallery of Alberta

Dead end or a chance to turn around? An Edmonton exhibition reconsiders suburbia. Read more

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An exhibition by the five finalists for the Sobey Art Award is on view at the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton starting Saturday. 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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The Remai Modern in Saskatoon will partner with the Art Gallery of Alberta in Edmonton to develop and present a joint biennial exhibition. Read more

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The 2019 Sobey Art Award exhibition, featuring the work of five finalists shortlisted for the award, will be presented at the Art Gallery of Alberta from Oct. 5, 2019 to Jan. 5, 2020. Read more

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A show that features work by Indigenous artists who reference snowboarding, skateboarding and surfing opens at the Art Gallery of Alberta. Read more

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Galleries in small communities are punching above their weight thanks to programs that bring in shows from larger cities. Read more

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A number of Western Canadian shows over the last year featured art from South Asia. 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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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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Art collector Ash Prakash pursued his love of Montreal painter James Morrice with what he calls reckless abandon. Canada is all the richer for it, as a show opening soon in Edmonton attests. Read more

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The Art Gallery of Alberta recently appointed Franchesca Hebert-Spence, adjunct curator, Indigenous art; Jessie Ray Short, adjunct curator, Indigenous art; and Amery Calvelli, adjunct curator, Poole Centre of Design. Read more

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Lindsey Sharman has been appointed curator of the Art Gallery of Alberta, effective Aug. 7. 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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Peter von Tiesenhausen’s impressive survey-style show at the Art Gallery of Alberta takes visitors through a darkened landscape of salvaged materials and rudimentary objects. Read more

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This show reveals there’s still much recovery work to be done on the history of women artists in Western Canada. Read more

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HeavyShield, a Kainai-Blood artist, took inspiration for this exhibition from the southern Alberta landscape. Read more

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A companion exhibition to the National Gallery of Canada’s 2017 Canadian Biennial, "Turbulent Landings" features new work from Canadian and International artists. Read more

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"Cutline: From the Photography Archives of the Globe and Mail" is a dog-eared shrine to the waning physicality of photographs as objects. Read more

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This summer the Art Gallery of Alberta partners with the Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown and The Rooms in St. Johns to bring The Great One to audiences across the nation with the new exhibition–"Gretzky is Everywhere". Read more

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