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Contemporary artists included in the exhibition are: Barbara Steinman, Rick Pottruff, Joseph Calleja, Alan Flint, Simon Willms, Kristiina Lahde, Aubrey Reeves, Graeme Patterson, Karine Giboulo, and Marcel Dzama.George, William and Mary Vaux began a tradition in 1894 of photographing the mountains of Western Canada.Memorial retrospective of work by Hamilton painter and wife of former AGH director T.R. MacDonald.Since 1994 Peter Horvath has been exploring the art of digital montage and other time based media.Works from the permanent collection and other works borrowed from private and public collections in the area.Heaven and Earth Unveiled: European Treasures from the Tanenbaum Collection.

Born in Kenya of South Asian heritage, Brendan Fernandes immigrated to Canada in the 1990s.Through the exclusive use of line marker paint, the industrial medium used to define the boundaries of our highways Canadian artist C.His reign is considered the greatest age of decorative art in China.Fashionable Canadians: 19th Century Portraits from the Collection.The painter focused on family members and intimates as a microcosm of the larger brotherhood of mankind, portraying them as universal figures against formless environments.Positioned in relation to the modern British exhibitions concurrently programmed, this important work from the AGH collection is featured.The Art Gallery of Hamilton is proud to present the works of the members of the Central Ontario Art Association, for the first time at the AGH.

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Fantin-Latour was a master portraitist known particularly for his large group portraits of fellow artists.French prints and drawn from the permanent collection include works by Raoul Dufy, Fernand Leger and Auguste Rodin.The texture of the piece is almost cozy, reminiscent of plush stuffed toys.As the first in-depth study of these artists, the exhibition seeks to introduce their works to a wider audience while providing the opportunity of experiencing a selection of over sixty paintings on loan from private and public collections.Loaned works from the NGC, Provincial Museum of Quebec, the Montreal Museum of Fine Art, Art Gallery of Toronto, Art Gallery of London and Vancouver Art Gallery and private collectors also featured.Organized and circulated by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick.In conjunction with Festitalia, the AGH in conjunction with Opera Hamilton and Isituto Italiano di Cultura, Toronto presents 30 costumes worn by operatic celebrities such as Maria Callas and others who have performed at the Teatro alla Scala.Since 1973 his photographs have been exhibited widely in Canada and the United States.

An exhibition catalogue is co-published by the MAJ and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.Pigott Better Built Homes Company, applied Art Modern architecture and modern mass production to home design in the 1930s.This exhibition, his first solo show in a public institution, will consist of a selection of new works by this young Toronto sculptor.

This exhibition of nearly 150 photographic images in large-scale grids is the result.The works in Visual Poetry range from historical European and Canadian art to contemporary pieces, the three key collecting strengths of the Art Gallery of Hamilton.This exhibition features a selection of some recent work, and demonstrates their power and intrigue.After working in wood for 25 years, sculptor Anne Kahane returns to metal sculpture with Blue Seated Figure.In Secrets and Desires, a collection of boxes encapsulate such enigmatic contents as ceramic eggs, larvae and insects in various stages of metamorphosis.

The AGH is proud to inaugurate the Great Masters Series with a magnificent work from the hands of Swiss born artist Giacometti, on loan from the National Gallery of Canada.The poetic vision and impeccable craftsmanship of a modern master of photography is seen in this exhibition, organized by and circulated under the auspices of the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House in Rochester, N.Y.Presented by the Volunteer Committee, the entire Art Rental collection of 600 works by Canadian artists will be on display in the main galleries.The story follows a boy on a contemplative journey about life and death.At first glance, each work displayed here is carnivalesque in spirit.

The camera, which is normally used to capture images of the outside world, is used as an apparatus for reflection on fragmented memories of people, places, and materials.Survey of installations, time-based work and computer-assisted photographs.This recent installation reveals a Shirley Elford never before witnessed.Five large-format prints by Enzo Cucchi circulated by the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Toronto, and six prints by Mimmo Paladino from the McMaster University Art Collection.Reflections of an Era: Portraits of 19th century New Brunswick Ships.

Hamilton artists and collaborators Christina Sealey and Richard Oddie have spent much of the last couple of years rediscovering our city through extensive visits to neighbourhoods, iconic landscapes and landmarks, and by talking candidly with residents and friends about their diverse experiences of Hamilton.A Venerable Legacy: Silver from the Anglican Diocese of Niagara.Organized and circulated by the Photographers Gallery, Saskatoon.As part of our ongoing commitment to present private collections of significance, we invite you into the home of Susan A.Curated by Melissa Bennett, Curator of Contemporary Art, Tobi Bruce, Senior Curator, Canadian Historical Art, and Dr.The International Labour Organization defines child and forced marriage as forms of modern-day slavery. 600,000 men, women. first slavery and then.Guest curated by Robert Stacey and originating from the London Regional Art Gallery, this exhibition brings together for the first time self portraits of Canadian painters, printmakers and sculptors.While their meaning and social messages have evolved, they continue to offer exquisite articulations of history, tradition and craftsmanship.The work of Bannerman and Macpherson certainly merits our attention and the exhibition and accompanying publication for Two Artists Time Forgot not only brings their work to life but recounts, for the first time, the rich artistic journeys of these two pioneering Canadian women artists.

With an ingenuity seldom seen, they bring together the notions of order and chaos, permanence and fragility, performance and gratuitousness.Sir Christopher portrayed Dracula in the 1958 film Horror of Dr.At first glance, Untitled appears to be a simple installation consisting of two overhead spotlights and a V-shaped section comprised of plaster.This exhibition will present original fine art prints produced at Sword Street Press.Since 1996 he has audited the history of line marking, beginning with its origins in Trenton, Michigan in 1911.Students from the SAGE Quest program also participated in an inspiring and interactive Gallery experience.

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Lasting Impressions: Celebrated Works from the Art Gallery of Hamilton.

As it moves on from here, its legend will continue to build, slowly generating the kind of psychic energy that defines the great performance venues of our time, like Massey or Carnegie Hall.This project is the first local showing of this internationally recognized Hamilton-born artist.A national, not-for-profit organization committed to the promotion of the visual arts, the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA) began in 1957 when a group of Toronto artists formed the Society of Co-operative Artists.He emigrated to Canada in 1972 and since then has lived and worked in Toronto.Works from the permanent collection focusing on the theme of dreams as a source or impetus for artistic production.