Real time montage at the WAG offers viewer authentic experience Have a ghoulish good time this Halloween with a timely viewing of Christian Marclay’s The Clock. Winner of the Golden Lion award at the 2011 Venice Biennale, Christian Marclay’s The Clock is a cinematic tour-de-force that unfolds...
The most acclaimed work of video-installation art in recent memory, Christian Marclay's The Clock, is screening at the Winnipeg Art Gallery until January 5. It has drawn an extensive amount of commentary since its release in 2010, raising questions about time, cinema, collage, archives, data,...
Can art-making run in the family? It would seem so for the aunt and niece combination of Lily and Sonja Rosenberg. The Gallery Shop at the WAG will be presenting a trunk show of their work from October 25 to 27. You can meet the artists at the opening reception on Friday, October 25 from 6 to 9pm.
Homeless people in London. Shell-shocked soldiers in Cyprus. The Irish “Troubles.” Don McCullin is an unflinching photojournalist best known for his coverage of the world’s most dangerous conflict zones. An exhibition of his work opens at the Winnipeg Art Gallery on November 1, continuing...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery is pleased to announce that its premier gala event, the Gallery Ball on Saturday, October 19, 2013, is sold out. Whether or not you’re attending the Ball, you can still participate in its fabulous online auction at galleryball.wag.ca. The auction includes a stellar array...
The Winnipeg Art Gallery will be holding an international symposium on German Expressionism on Friday, November 15, from 9am to 4pm. Admission is $55 for WAG members, $75 for adults, and $40 for students. There is also a $15 lunch option. Registration form available at wag.ca.
It’s all about time at the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s Family Sunday from 1:30 to 4pm on Sunday, October 13. What does time really mean? What would it be like to travel back or forward through time?
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