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Canadian Art

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Across Canada Feb 5 to 11 2009
A major survey of Quebec abstractionist Claude Tousignant, including his 1965 painting <i>Stochastique vert, bleu, mauve, rouge</i>, opens February 5 at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal /  photo Richard-Max Tremblay A major survey of Quebec abstractionist Claude Tousignant, including his 1965 painting Stochastique vert, bleu, mauve, rouge, opens February 5 at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal / photo Richard-Max Tremblay

A major survey of Quebec abstractionist Claude Tousignant, including his 1965 painting <i>Stochastique vert, bleu, mauve, rouge</i>, opens February 5 at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal / photo Richard-Max Tremblay

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 5

MONTREAL Claude Tousignant first day Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal 185 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Thierry De Duve lecture 6pm Société des arts technologiques 1195 boul St-Laurent

MONTREAL Claude Simard first day Projex-Mtl 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #212

OTTAWA Dawn Logan mini-talk 12:15pm National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

OTTAWA Danny Hussey opening 5:30-7:30pm City Hall Art Gallery 110 Laurier Ave W

OTTAWA “Mannish” opening 5:30pm Ottawa Art Gallery 2 Daly Ave

TORONTO Ric Evans opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

TORONTO Michael Dudeck performance 6-8pm Pari Nadimi Gallery 254 Niagara

TORONTO Celeste Toogood/Elena Roginsky/Nicholas Shick opening 6-9pm Open Studio 104-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO “Inner States” opening 7-10pm Median Contemporary 1142 Queen St W

TORONTO “The Hi-Libido Show 2” opening 7-10pm Gallery 1313 1313 Queen St W

PETERBOROUGH Peter White lecture 7pm Art Gallery of Peterborough Del Crary Park

CALGARY Michael Levin opening 5-8pm Weiss Gallery 1021 6 St SW

CALGARY Duane Linklater talk 6:30pm Truck 815 1 St SW

VANCOUVER Kevin Tolman opening 6-9pm Gallery Jones 1725 W 3 Ave

RICHMOND Heidi Nagegaal & Kristi Malakoff opening 7pm Richmond Art Gallery 7700 Minoru Gt


FRIDAY FEBRUARY 6

ST JOHN’S “Oh So Iroquois” opening 7pm Kym Greeley first day The Rooms 9 Bonaventure Ave

QUEBEC CITY Sébastien Pesot opening 7pm performance 8pm Le Lieu 345 rue du Pont

OTTAWA Petra Halkes talk 12:30pm Ottawa Art Gallery 2 Daly Ave

OTTAWA Cindy Stelmackowich & Chantal Gervais opening 5:30-9pm Patrick Mikhail Gallery 2401 Bank St

OTTAWA “Canterbury 6” opening 7-10pm Dale Smith Gallery 137 Beechwood Ave

TORONTO “Come Up to My Room” first day 12-8pm Gladstone Hotel 1214 Queen St W

TORONTO “Le Cinq” opening 7-10pm Le Gallery 1183 Dundas St W

TORONTO Christos Dikeakos opening 7pm Akau 1186 Queen St W

HAMILTON Judy Major-Girardin reception 7-10pm Transit Gallery 230 Locke St S

DUNDAS Seth opening 7pm Dundas Museum & Archives 139 Park St W

SASKATOON Mitch Robertson talk 7:30pm opening 8pm College Building Gallery 107 Administration Pl

BANFF Peter von Tiesenhausen artist talk 7pm Whyte Museum 111 Bear St

VANCOUVER Jane Clark opening & book launch 6-8pm Ferry Building Gallery 1414 Argyle Ave

VICTORIA Robert Youds opening 7-9pm Ministry of Casual Living 1442 Haultain St


SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7

MONTREAL Nicole Gingras, Nikki Forrest, Manon Labrecque, Rober Racine talks 3pm Galerie SBC 372 Ste-Catherine O #507

MONTREAL Tammy Salzl opening 5pm Les Territoires 372 Ste-Catherine O #527

TORONTO Nicolas Baier/Valérie Blass opening 2-5pm MOCCA 952 Queen St W

TORONTO Parvaneh Radmard opening 3-5pm Red Head Gallery 115-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Michael Dudeck publication launch 1-3pm Art Metropole 788 King St W

TORONTO André Kertész/“Grapes of Wrath” screening 3pm Camera 1028 Queen St W

TORONTO Jon McCurley demonstration 12-5pm Gallery TPW 56 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Robert Marchessault opening 2-4pm Bau-Xi Gallery 340 Dundas St W

TORONTO Manuel Esnoz/Santiago Ydáñez first day Artcore 55 Mill St Bldg 62

TORONTO Michael Robinson screening 8pm Cinecycle 129 Spadina Ave

TORONTO Melissa Espina/Paige Holden opening 2-5pm 2 of 2 Gallery 254 Niagara St

TORONTO André Kertész opening 2-5pm Stephen Bulger Gallery 1026 Queen St W

TORONTO Isabelle Hémard/Adrienne Trent opening 2-5pm Loop Gallery 1174 Queen St W

CALGARY David Burdeny opening 2-5pm Herringer Kiss Gallery 709a 11 Ave SW

BANFF Edward Burtynsky opening 7pm Whyte Museum 111 Bear St

BANFF Peter von Tiesenhausen reception 2-4pm Willock & Sax Gallery 110 Bison Courtyard

VANCOUVER Steven Nederveen/Jude Griebel opening 2-4pm Bau-Xi Gallery 3045 Granville St

VANCOUVER “How Soon Is Now” first day Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St

BURNABY Aganetha Dyck opening 1-3pm Burnaby Art Gallery 6344 Deer Lake Ave


SUNDAY FEBRUARY 8

TORONTO Shary Boyle talk 2pm Power Plant 231 Queens Quay W

GRIMSBY “Traditional Landscape Need Not Apply” opening 2pm Grimsby Public Art Gallery 18 Carnegie Ln

CANMORE Edward Burtynsky talk 3pm Canmore Collegiate High School Theatre 1800 8 Ave

BURNABY Aganetha Dyck artist tour & talk 4:30pm Burnaby Art Gallery 6344 Deer Lake Ave


MONDAY FEBRUARY 9

BANFF “Nature and the Transformative Qualities of Art” panel 7pm Whyte Museum 111 Bear St


TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10

REGINA “What Do We Learn From the Arts?” panel 7:30pm Regina Public Library Theatre 2311 12 Ave


WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11

MONTREAL Sayeh Sarfaraz opening 7pm La Centrale 4296 boul St-Laurent

TORONTO “Together, Alone” screening 7pm Studio Theatre 235 Queens Quay W

TORONTO Judy Chicago/“She Will Always Be Younger Than Us” opening 6-8pm Textile Museum of Canada 55 Centre Ave

GUELPH Maria Pezzano/“Chinese Drawings from Huxian, Jinshan and Qijang” opening 7pm Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 358 Gordon St

WINNIPEG Les Newman reception 5-8pm Gallery One One One University of Manitoba Fort Garry Campus

This article was first published online on February 5, 2009.

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