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Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience
Sep 27 '19 Feb '23The artist's gender fluid, time travelling alter-ego, Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, takes you on a journey through Canada's history.
The North End
Jun 29 '19 Jan 5 '20Winnipeg’s North End occupies roughly 12-square kilometers built around the central Main Street artery north of the city’s vast urban railyards.
The Human Trace
WJ Phillips' View of Nature
Jun 7 Nov 15 '19In this exhibition drawn entirely from the Assiniboine Park Conservancy (APC)’s collection, you will experience Phillips’ typical scenic and tranquil representations of human presence within the natural environment.
Perspectives from India to Canada
May 11 Sep 1 '19Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada is Manitoba’s first major exhibition celebrating contemporary artists with roots in India.
Heroes, Ghosts, and Dreams
Apr 6 Oct 20 '19Step into the swirl of conversations between historical icons in portraits.
A Sense of Scale
The Art of Ivan Eyre, 1970-2000
Mar 15 Nov 24 '19This exhibition brings together paintings, drawings, and sculpture from a pivotal period in Ivan Eyre’s career, when he developed his most defining imagery.
Highlights of Inuit Sculpture
Jan 1 Nov 7 '19Experience a few stunning carvings from the world-renowned collection Inuit art at the WAG. The most common material used by Inuit artists is stone, and the type of stone is dependent upon what can be hand-quarried locally.
Ocean + Outport
Dec 11 '18 May 19 '19Ocean + Outport is the WAG's first solo exhibition of work by celebrated printmaker and painter David Blackwood.
Nivinngajuliaat from Baker Lake
Nov 17 '18 Jul 21 '19The creative spirit of the Baker Lake community is epitomized in the art of wall hangings, or nivinngajuliaaq in Inuktitut.
A Conversation in Clay
Nov 17 '18 Jun 16 '19In their varied scale, form, and surface treatment, Robert Archambeau’s ceramic works offer a remarkable palette of colours, textures, and glazes.
The 80s Image
Sep 29 '18 Apr 14 '19The 80s Image explores the curious resiliency of painting and still-photography throughout the decade, and artists' responsiveness to the rapidly expanding media landscape-video, television, cinema, satellite and computer imagery, and billboard advertising.
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