On Friday, May 22 Sook-Yin Lee of the CBC interviewed Aganetha Dyck on Definately Not The Opera. Listen to the 8 minute podcast HERE.
Temple Contemporary at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia is working on a new collaboration with Aganetha Dyck.
For the next 6 months Aganetha Dyck will be collaborating virtually with a professional beekeeper on seven new porcelain figurines. A live hive will be set up inside the gallery at Temple Contemporary and a beekeeper will monitor, feed and maintain the hive and the in-progress artworks inside. The beekeeeper will act as Aganetha's "assistant" and will set up a camera so Aganetha can observe 24/7 - allowing her to inform the beekeeper where to place starter comb on the figurine, where to carve out, where to add wax, and to inform him when the work is complete.
Visitors to the gallery can watch live as the bees work on the figurines that Aganetha has carefully selected,....
Jason McLean's "Lettuce Legs" exhibition opens at Cinders Hausclub, 700 Lorimer Street, 2nd Floor, Brooklyn, NY on Saturday May 23 from 7-10pm
Jason Mclean is a Canadian artist currently living in Brooklyn. We first met Jason nearly a decade
ago when we had begun our love affair with the loose-knit scene of artists popping up in places
such as Vancouver, Toronto, and Montreal. We found a like-minded spirit in their work that was
raw, fun, collaborative, and not afraid to be humorous either. Jason Mclean along with the Royal
Art Lodge, Marc Bell, Mark Delong, and Amy Lockhart were at the forefront of
this wave of serious doodlers and so we are proud to finally present the work of Jason Mclean at
the Cinders Hausclub all this month!
Looking at the prolific body of Jasonâ...
"Ed Zelenak: Divining the Immeasurable", a forty year retrospective, is now open at Museum London.
Opening Reception on May 22 at 8pm
"Divining the Immeasurable" is a retrospective look at Zelenak's practice, from his innovative fibreglass sculptures of the 1960s through to his two and three dimensional works which question and merge the conventions of the sculptural and pictorial.
Exhibition continues to August 16, 2015
More info HERE
We are now booking private personal or on-line appointments for
complimentary verbal evaluations of your artwork on Saturday, April 25 from 12:00 - 4:00pm.
Michael Gibson has 30 years of experience writing professional fine-art appraisals for re-sale, insurance, estate planning or donation purposes. The gallery is a member in good standing of the Art Dealers Association of Canada and has extensive experience in appraising International and Canadian contemporary and historical art.
Michael Gibson is President of the Michael Gibson Gallery. Upon completion of his BBA at Bishop's University, Gibson opened a gallery in downtown London in 1984. A Past President of ADAC, he served on the Board of Directors for nine years. Michael has built a successful business in London, ON by...
Susan Dobson is showing two of her recent Viewfinder photographs at the Art Gallery of Mississauga during Scotiabank's CONTACT Photography Festival
THE VIEW FROM HERE exhibition includes work by SUSAN DOBSON, JASON GOWANS, TONI HAFKENSCHEID, CLIVE HOLDEN AND JOSHUA JENSEN-NAGLE
April 30 - June 21, 2015
Featured Exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
Contemporary photo-based artists explore landscape by contrasting the documentary impulse with the hallucinatory fictions produced by nostalgia and the often uncanny result.
The Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM) is a public, not-for-profit art gallery located in the Mississauga Civic Centre right on Celebration Square across from Square One Mall. The AGM is proud to admit people...
Greg Curnoe "Funny Bike", Mixed Media Sculpture, December 1985 - May 20, 1986
37 x 66 1/2 x 14 in. Lot #014, Estimate: $75,000 - $95,000 CAD
Heffel Fine Art Auction House is auctioning off a rare Greg Curnoe sculpture on May 27. As Mark Cheetham states in the auction catalogue essay: "As its title suggests, Funny Bicycle stands out even in Curnoeâ€™s work. Akin to all his art but more startlingly so, this machine is a hybrid. The frame is that of a "real" bike, but the wheels are wooden circles that function more as meditations on the colour wheel than as conveyances.... To call this a sculpture seems inadequate: the work seems almost weightless, a celebration of movement and colour that one could "ride" in the fullest sense." The Estate of Greg Curnoe is represented by the Michael Gibson Gallery.