Oct 10 '20 Jan 17 '21
In Place celebrates a selection of recurring themes relevant to Manitoban artists over the past fifty years (1970 – today).

Drawn from the WAG’s permanent collection, this exhibition is a study of the ways in which identity, culture, and material are, in many ways, set “in place”. An idea more relevant than ever during this period in which we “shelter in place”.

 

Artists

Dee Barsy • Jackson Beardy • Sandra Black • Elanor Bond • Shelia Butler • Cecile Clayton-Gouthro • Chris Cooper • Colleen Cutschall • Betty Dimock • Dan Donaldson • Caroline Dukes • Michael Dumontier • Chantal Dupas • Aganetha Dyck • Marcel Dzama • William Eakin • Cliff Eyland • Joe Fafard • Neil Farber • Lita Fontaine • Steve Gouthro • Bruce Head • Steve Higgins • Robert Houle • Simon Hughes • Barb Hunt • Alex Janvier • Patti Johnson • Sarah-Anne Johnson • Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline • Wanda Koop • Drue Langlois • Winston Leathers • Laura Letinsky • Ken Lochhead • Patrick Mahon • Bonnie Marin • David McMillian • Shaun Morin • David Morrish • Norval Morrisseau • Daphne Odjig • Richard H. Prince • Don Proch • Jon Pylypchuk • Carl Ray • Dominique Rey • Shelley Rusen • Shelia Spence • Eva Stubbs • Tony Tascona • The Royal Art Lodge • Ione Thorkelsson • Diana Thorneycroft • Esther Warkov • Janet Werner • Diane Whitehouse • Adrian Williams • Calvin Yarush

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