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OAG’s Le Party 2018

OAG held their Annual Art Auction and cocktail party at their new facilities inside the Alma Duncan Salon as they celebrated the Gallery’s diamond anniversary. Le Party is a silent art auction featuring works by over 65 regional artists, ranging from emerging to established. The auction attracted hundreds of guests who have a taste for …

OAG’s 2018 Fall Exhibition Opening Reception

Finally, the wait is over at Ottawa Art Gallery for their fall 2018 exhibition. The gallery held their opening reception on October 17, 2018 for Michèle Provost: Everything must go, Firestone Reverb: Confluences and Tributaries: Michael Belmore and A.J. Casson, Eclectic Geometric: Permanent Collection Highlight and Patrice Stanley’s Empyrean in the Annex Gallery. Check out …

Karim Rashid – Cultural Shaping Launch Party

Ottawa Art Gallery held their opening reception and launch party for Karim Rashid’s Cultural Shaping exhibition on October 10, 2018. It is the first large-scale presentation of the iconic industrial designer’s work in Canada to date. The exhibition includes objects and original sketches that exemplify Karim’s unique approach and philosophy, highlighting over 200 award-winning designs. …

Karim Rashid: Cultural Shaping Launch Party

Join OAG to celebrate the launch of Karim Rashid: Cultural Shaping, the first large-scale presentation of the iconic industrial designer’s work in Canada to date. The exhibition includes objects and original sketches that exemplify Karim’s unique approach and philosophy, highlighting over 200 award-winning designs. +Free admission +Cash bar, night menu by Jackson; +Music by Jas …

Vernissage: Reconcile/Overcome

  RECONCILE | OVERCOMEAugust 9 – September 9, 2018Galerie Annexe This exhibition bridges the relationship two artists have to their history of colonization. One artist is forced to address her role as colonizer, while the other works at addressing and overcoming stigma that is associated within colonized bodies and unifying her practice with other cultures …