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Hanran: 20th-Century Japanese Photography @ National Gallery of Canada

National Gallery of Canada held their opening for “Hanran: 20th-Century Japanese Photography“. This exhibition which is on view for the first time outside Japan, calls attention to a period of socio-political upheaval in Japan, through photographs from the Yokohama Museum of Art. Inspired by the Japanese word for flooding, overflow, or deluge, Hanran reflects early …

Opening of the Governor General’s Awards in Visual & Media Arts 2019

March 28, 2019 was the opening/vernissage for Governor General’s Awards in Visual & Media Arts 2019 at the National Gallery of Canada. Celebrating the careers of eight outstanding Canadian artists: Stephen Andrews, Marlene Creates, COZIC, Lee-Ann Martin, Ali Kazimi, Andrew James Paterson, Jeff Thomas, and Susan Edgerley. The exhibition runs until August 5, 2019 Check …

National Gallery of Canada’s Opening of Multitude, Solitude by Dave Heath

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 framing close-up portraits of quiet despair, Dave Heath (1931–2016) had an instinctive ability to capture the soul …