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February 2020

Dragons on the Tibetan Plateau

February 27 - May 1
University of Alberta – Telus International Centre, 116 Street and 85 Avenue NW
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2R3 Canada
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With never-before-seen textiles from the Mactaggart Art Collection, Dragons on the Tibetan Plateau is an exhibition that focuses on the variations of dragon pattern designs and the textile production techniques found through selected objects from Tibet between the 16th and 18th centuries. UAlberta Museums Gallery A is open Thursday to Saturday, from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.

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March 2020

Exhibition: Baloney & Cheese by M.N.V. (Krista Acheson)

March 6 - April 18
Harcourt House Artist Run Centre, 3rd Floor, 10215 – 112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 1M7 Canada
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The exhibit "Baloney and Cheese" by Edmonton based conceptual artist M.N.V. (Krista Acheson) consists of a series of sculptures and paintings featuring metaphoric depictions of childish behaviour, mindless sexual consumption, insincerity and self-serving social interactions. Official opening Friday, March 6, from 7 pm – 10 pm. Artist in attendance.

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Exhibition: Floating Pink Cloud by Eva M. Alysse Bowd

March 6 @ 10:00 am - April 18 @ 5:00 pm
Harcourt House Artist Run Centre, 3rd Floor, 10215 – 112 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 1M7 Canada
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“Floating Pink Cloud” is an exhibition of a series of four performance works enhanced by the artist’s striking ceramic objects and several artifacts of various media, provenances and meanings, that engages the viewer with ceremonies of consolement. Official opening Friday, March 6, from 7 pm – 10 pm. Artist in attendance.

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Gavin Lynch | O M E G A

March 12 - April 7
Peter Robertson Gallery, 12323 104 Ave.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Influenced by a recent road trip to California, current global events and contemporary science fiction, Gavin Lynch’s exhibition O M E G A further explores the artist’s interest in the potential of landscape painting. Lynch uses elements of text, the monochrome, figuration and abstraction to create contemplative spaces that portray our natural surroundings and question our place within the them.   Gavin Lynch holds a BFA from Emily Carr University (2009) and a MFA from the University of Ottawa (2012).…

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Translations | Peter von Tiesenhausen

March 12 - April 7
Peter Robertson Gallery, 12323 104 Ave.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Opening Reception:  Thursday, March 12 7 - 9 pm Artist in attendance     Peter von Tiesenhausen is a Canadian multi-media artist whose work has lead him through journeys both real and imagined.  Based in the Alberta Peace country, Demmitt specifically, he has exhibited across Canada, in Europe, and the United States, in public galleries and throughout the landscape.  His practice has grown from landscape painting to installation, sculpture, and performance, and from simple media to complex combinations of media…

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With never-before-seen textiles from the Mactaggart Art Collection, Dragons on the Tibetan Plateau is an exhibition that focuses on the variations of dragon pattern designs and the textile production techniques found through selected objects from Tibet between the 16th and 18th centuries.

UAlberta Museums Gallery A is open Thursday to Saturday, from 12:00pm to 5:00pm.

The exhibit “Baloney and Cheese” by Edmonton based conceptual artist M.N.V. (Krista Acheson) consists of a series of sculptures and paintings featuring metaphoric depictions of childish behaviour, mindless sexual consumption, insincerity and self-serving social interactions.

Official opening Friday, March 6, from 7 pm – 10 pm. Artist in attendance.

“Floating Pink Cloud” is an exhibition of a series of four performance works enhanced by the artist’s striking ceramic objects and several artifacts of various media, provenances and meanings, that engages the viewer with ceremonies of consolement.

Official opening Friday, March 6, from 7 pm – 10 pm. Artist in attendance.

Influenced by a recent road trip to California, current global events and contemporary science fiction, Gavin Lynch’s exhibition O M E G A further explores the artist’s interest in the potential of landscape painting. Lynch uses elements of text, the monochrome, figuration and abstraction to create contemplative spaces that portray our natural surroundings and question our place within the them.

 

Gavin Lynch holds a BFA from Emily Carr University (2009) and a MFA from the University of Ottawa (2012). His work has been exhibited internationally and across Canada, and can be found in numerous collections, including the Royal Bank of Canada, TD Canada Trust, Air Canada, Nordstroms, Scotiabank and the University of Toronto. Lynch lives and works outside Wakefield, Quebec.
Artist Talk on Saturday, March 14 at 2 pm

Opening Reception: 
Thursday, March 12
7 – 9 pm
Artist in attendance
 
 
Peter von Tiesenhausen is a Canadian multi-media artist whose work has lead him through journeys both real and imagined.  Based in the Alberta Peace country, Demmitt specifically, he has exhibited across Canada, in Europe, and the United States, in public galleries and throughout the landscape.  His practice has grown from landscape painting to installation, sculpture, and performance, and from simple media to complex combinations of media and multifaceted collaborations.  He claims copyright on his land as an artwork. His work often deals with the ideas of time, life, voyage, death, spirit, nature and humanity.  There is a strong pursuit of sustainability often evident in the work and an attempt to understand time and substance from a variety of perspectives. Peter von Tiesenhausen was the 2015 Recipient of the Lieutenant Governor’s Distinguished Artist Award.

 

A new installation at the Stanley A. Milner library will be unveiled in Spring 2020. Peter von Tiesenhausen’s exhibition ‘Songs for Pythagoras’ at the Art Gallery of Alberta was on display January 27 – May 6, 2018.  The Simons Londonderry Store unveiled a large commission in August 2017.
Artist Talk on Thursday, March 12th @ 6:30 pm

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