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Attended the opening at the National Gallery of Canada‘s for Dave Heath’s Multitude, Solitude on March 13, 2019. From the website: “Whether picking out a single face in a crowd, capturing an act of violence between siblings, or fram...

Studio Sixty Six held their opening reception for their new exhibition called Interplays. Featuring the works by Laurence Finet, Natalie Bruvels and Andrew Beck. These three artists whose work centres around the human experience and/or the human thea...

From February 20 to April 15, 2019: The factory of the living The exhibition traces an archeology of life and artificial life. Resolutely prospective, it presents the most significant creations and innovations in the field of art, design and architec...

There was a opening at the Korean Cultural Centre Canada for Jinny Yu‘s I Like My Countries and My Countries Like Me. Details about the exhibition is on here. The exhibition runs until April 30, 2019.

AXENÉO7 held their first vernissage/exhibition of 2019. Featuring are Ottawa’s Kosisochukwu Nnebe & Guillermo Trejo. I want you to know that I am hiding something from you / since what I might be is uncontainable by Kosisochukwu Nnebe. Con...

Went to this vernissage at Galerie UQO which is collaboration with CUAG. Here is the info about Emmanuelle Léonard‘s works: In the production of her work, Emmanuelle Léonard collaborates regularly with individuals in their work environments.

Land and Memory is the first art showing of 2019 at Studio Sixty Six. A group exhibition featuring artists by who are motivated to recreate, capture and document land and place in their artwork; inspired by actual time spent in different physical loc...