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  • Curator: Vicky Moufawad-Paul Artists: Harun Farocki, Wafaa Bilal, Mohammed Mohsen Vernissage and Roundtable: Saturday, January 19th 1-5pm Roundtable will include: Vicky Moufawad-Paul, Mohammed Mohsen and Rehab Nazzal Critical text by...
  • Curator: Leanne L'Hirondelle Artist: Dylan A.T. Miner Vernissage: Friday, October 26 @ 5:30pm Round Table: Saturday, October 27 @ 2pm Closing Party: Wednesday, December 12 @ 9pm Critical text by: Dylan A.T. Miner proph·e·cy [prof-uh-...
  • Durational performance 7pm to midnight Curator: Laura Margita Artists: Hélène Lefebvre and Julie Fiala Critical text by: Laura Margita Hélène and Julie present themselves as simultaneously displaced and at home in Ottawa and Québec...
  • Curator: Leanne L'Hirondelle Artist: Julie Lequin Critical text by: Roxanne Arsenault “ I have already been in a very weird interview. At a certain point, I just knew I wouldn’t have that job, so I decided to go with the flow. The...
  • Curator: Laura Margita Artist: Joi T. Arcand Critical text by: Cheryl L'Hirondelle Arcand’s 12 large digital prints appear to be a paradox of epic proportions....
  • Curators: Howard Adler and Christopher Wong Artists: Scott Benesiinaabandan, Douglas Cardinal, Tannis Neilson and Frank Shebageget Critical text by: Howard Adler God’s Country is a radio station for Christian country and southern...
  • Curator: Yan Wu Artist: Yam Lau Critical text by: Yan Wu and Yam Lau Gendai Gallery Gendai Gallery was established in 2000 as an independent gallery to promote contemporary East Asian art practices. It was originally housed at Toronto’s...
  • Curator: Leanne L'Hirondelle Artist: Jon Sasaki Critical text by: Craig Francis Power For a brief period, I was the sole employee at an Artist Run Centre in St. John’s Newfoundland. Frankly, it wasn’t much fun. The gallery, attached to...
  • The Bed of Roses exhibition evolved from a workshop known as the Women’s Sexual Imagery Project. The idea for the workshop began when a number of women who were active in the fight against censorship started discussions about the...
  • Sinus pudoris/le voile de la honte/curtain of shame is a series of installation pieces that re-repesent in a tangible fashion how certain women have been perceived in the form of partial histories or accounts which focus on a part of the...
  • Ron Martin’s Recent Paintings is an exhibition of paintings from 1987-1988. These provide the opportunity to measure the artist’s development against the survey of his paintings from 1971-1981 exhibited concurrently at the National Gallery...
  • One of Michael Smith’s premises as a painter is that there cannot be an explanation with words for his work. A description and interpretation of painting, by the written or spoken word, is some kind of translation but not an equation....
  • Pictures of People investigates current creative directions in representations of people as practiced by photographers Jack Burman, Doreen Dotto, Barrie Jones, and Jake Peters. This group show, selected by Ottawa photographer Tony Fouhse,...
  • There’s Something I’ve Been Meaning to Tell You presents Nigro’s new photo-works involving large-format back-lit transparency studies of the human figure. These pictures are accompanied by sound tracks. The installations are intended to...
  • Recent photoworks by Hull artist Nicole Doucet involving mediated images and texts. The artist is working with the notion of television as a “databank” of reality –television as a kind of history of our times. The mediated images permit an...
  • Another Picture I is the first of two exhibitions at Gallery 101 in the autumn of 1990 featuring paintings and works by Ottawa-area artists. Produced in apparently different modes of abstract art, the work of Germaine Koh, Laralouise...
  • Another Picture II is the second of two exhibitions examining the practices of Ottawa-are painters. Each of these Ottawa-area artists produces paintings that investigate space, and perceptual distress in different ways. The use of powerful...
  • Gallery 101 is the site of an altered environment featuring new work by Montreal artist Sylvia Safdie. Glimot is a seires of sculptures of fabric forms, stones, drawing, light and darknesses. Through drawing and sculpture, Safdie has...
  • Québec City artist Karen Pick will transform the gallery space into a series of rooms, which correspond to typical notions of domestic space. The “apartment” contains household items which are specially created, altered, depicted and...
  • “I am interested in how family snapshots were photographed in a particular way (between 1954 and 1972) and how these photographs usually represented family life and children’s games. The black and white photos of that era remind us of...

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