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JAN 31 2015 - FEB 28 2015
Kent Monkman: Expelling the Vices
, new paintings by
open on January 31 at 3:00 p.m.
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MAR 1 2008
The 19th century was an extraordinary period of colonization and cultural expansion. The European powers vied with one another to seize land and explorers were dispatched to open and record these
Artist & Curator Win $40K in Hnatyshyn Prizes
SEP 30 2014
Kent Monkman has won the $25,000 prize for a mid-career Canadian artist, while Daina Augaitis has won the $15,000 award for curatorial excellence.
Kent Monkman: Urban Res
NOV 13 2014
Tattooed Renaissance angels, thuggish gang members, vivid cubist figurations, spirit animals and contemporary medicine men collide in “Urban Res,” a show of new paintings by Kent Monkman opening...
Speculations. Risquer l’interprétation
NOV 13 2014
“Speculations. Risquer l’interprétation” at the Leonard and Bina Ellen Art Gallery will have three parts presenting various interpretations of the same body of works. Thirteen artists are...
Must-Sees This Week: January 29 to February 4, 2015
JAN 29 2015
Great exhibitions are opening across Canada this week. Here are our best bets.
Problem Child: The Provocations of Jonathan Hobin
APR 9 2015
Jonathan Hobin's newest photographs continue his controversy-courting tendencies, but Emily Falvey argues that they fail to challenge stereotypes.
Kent Monkman’s Buffalo Jump at the Gardiner Museum
OCT 8 2015
Kent Monkman has created a life-sized buffalo jump (with two 300-pound taxidermy bison) for an installation at the Gardiner Museum. Chris Hampton reports.
Must-Sees This Week: October 15 to 21, 2015
OCT 15 2015
There are lots of great art exhibitions opening across the country this week. Here are our best bets.
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