Search G101

  • The necessity of work In the autumn of 1990 in a group show at Gallery 101, Germaine Koh exhibited some compelling abstract paintings from a series called ESTABLISHING. Concerned with investigating the relation of the processes of drawing...
  • Reginald Hamilton’s painting faces into the past, engaging with history, art history, and memory. Equally assertively it indexes present experience as painting of modern life. As paradoxical as this may seem, it is because of this...
  • PAINTINGS: DIMITAR NESHEV AND SVETOSLAV TZEKOV Painting is political The communist-direct art education which Dimitar Neshev and Svetoslav (Jack) Tzekov received in Bulgaria taught them that painting is always political. Neshev and Tzekov...
  • "My father immigrated to Canada from Glasgow, Scotland. He was fifteen years old when they settled in northern Alberta in a place called Clandonald. One of my earliest memories was of him coming home with an armful of birch saplings. They...
  • SPIRITED is an exhibition in which women continue their struggle to represent themselves. Traditionally excluded form the official histories of art and only recently considered worth half the time of museum and gallery exhibition...
  • KAREN HOEBERG: FOR THE REST FOR THE... "In the summer of my seventh year, a crow with a broken wing came to me. His wing healed. And yet he would not leave me... ...leaves began to fall.. I tried to make him go. He bit my toe. I knew...
  • Montreal artist Lorraine Simms will exhibit recent oil paintings as and works on paper depicting artificial hearts and other medical protheses-devices intended for implanting into the human body- in an investigation into the notion of the...
  • JAYCE SALLOUM: STUPID PLEASURES The artifacts and residue within each photograph/object are seen as a "site" in the formation of a cultural understanding/misunderstanding. Various areas of research and production located here focus on...
  • 8pm Friday, January 20, 2012 CAT KIDD has forged a reputation as one of the nation’s most surprising and inspiring voices for page and stage. Her award-winning multimedia poetic creations have toured Europe, Asia, Africa, UK, US and...
  • Dick Bourgeois-Doyle lives in Ottawa and is currently the Director of Corporate Governance at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC). He has been involved in a number of special projects since joining the NRC Executive Offices in...
  • BUREAUCRACY Immony Men and René Price • Curator Leanne L’Hirondelle Panel Discussion: Immony Men, René Price and authors Dick Bourgeois-Doyle, Christian McPherson Immony Men and René Price are two artists who are interested in the...