An exhibition selected from over a decade of work by Sackville, N.B.-based artist Erik Edson, known for his playful transformations of found imagery and printed matter into large-scale installations.
Organized in collaboration with the Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison University.
Pastoral (Untitled Picturesque), 2009 screen print and photo-collagraph, 111.7 x 81.3 cm
A selection of the P.E.I. artist’s recent work, exploring the aesthetics of improvised layering, piling and accumulation.
Supported by a grant from RBC Foundation
Cutline: Norma Jean MacLean, Side by Side, 2016, oil on canvas, 145.4 x 178.4 cm. Courtesy of the artist
A gifted amateur photographer from Charlottetown, William Steele Louson, had many of his picturesque views of Island landscapes reproduced (and credited) on postcards in the early 20th century when the public interest in buying and selling postcards was a new mania. As a sales agent he travelled the Island extensively which enabled his photography of the rural landscape.
W.S. Louson, Anticipation, published by Warwick Bros & Rutter, 14 x 8.7 cm
Motion brings together the work of 11 Québec artists in a video anthology based on the theme of “motion,” understood in two ways: as movement and as a proposal. The exhibition was organized and circulated by Galerie de l’UQAM, and curated by La Fabrique d’expositions, a collective of Montréal curators, Julie Bélisle, Louise Déry and Audrey Genois.
Cutline: Myriam Laplante, Ricochet, 2014, video still