Winsor Gallery is getting ready for Bradley Harms new exhibition titled "Halberds Army" this fall. Please join us Thursday, September 10th, 6-8 pm at the Gallery.
A little preview below...
From September 10 to October 11, 2015, Le Mois de la Photo à Montreal biennial will showcase works to do with The Post-Photographic Condition, as selected by renowned Catalan guest curator Joan Fontcuberta.
Paul Wong will be featured during this cross-city exposition, with a solo exhibition at Galerie Joyce Yahouda for the duration of the biennial. Other featured artists include Roy Arden, Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller, and Owen Kydd. Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2015 features 29 artists from five continents, and presents more than 100 works, including a number of productions specially created for its 14th edition.
Through a rigorously curated and provocative exhibition program that showcases established and emerging international and Canadian artists, the biennial stands at the forefront of current investigations on contemporary still and moving images. MPM brings forward acclaimed art professionals, academics, and curators, advancing leading-edge research through a major publication, an international colloquium, a portfolio review, as well as a series of artist talks. The program features the Dazibao Prize, video screenings, workshops and guided tours.
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We are gearing up for Bradley Harms new Fall exhibit, "HALBERDS ARMY" September 10th, 6-8 pm.
Winsor Gallery is excited to announce the second comprehensive exhibition of abstract painter, Bradley Harms in Vancouver. A leader of the Canadian abstract movement, Harms has exhibited throughout Canada, as well as on the international stage – Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Miami, Munich, Sydney, Singapore and Tokyo. The exhibition entitled “Halberd’s Army” runs from September 10th – October 10th. An opening will be held on the evening of Thursday September 10th, from 6-8pm; Bradley Harms will be in attendance.
The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies is curating an exhibition scheduled for June 14 – October 18, 2015 titled:
Water/Eau/水/Mînî/पानी / Wasser / מים /Acqua /پانی /Tubig/ H2O
The exhibition draws on imagery from numerous artistic genres and eras spanning the mid-1800s industrial era to current global pursuits. This visually stunning and timely orchestrated compilation of historic and contemporary painting, video and installations will examine the beauty and peculiarity of Earth’s greatest resource. Acclaimed throughout time for its unpredictability, tranquil qualities, ritual and hygienic uses, nourishment and abundance, the purity of water and its sources are under threat. Contingent on water for survival, the existence of humans and wildlife are also in peril.
For the exhibition the Whyte Museum wishes to borrow works by three of your artists:
Falls and Figure
Acrylic and paper collage
Winsor gallery presents Brian Howell: Burnt Forests
August 6th – September 5th 2015
opening reception thursday, august 6th, 2015
Winsor gallery presents “Burnt Forests”, a new series of large-scale photographs from Brian Howell. The exhibition is a selection of hauntingly beautiful winter landscapes of forests previously ravaged by fire. As witnessed this summer, the frequency and scale of wildfires continues to grow throughout BC. Large sections of the province are bone dry and there are currently over 100 active wildfires burning at this time. Howell researched a number of wildfire locations in BC. He spent the past two winters travelling to remote regions to capture the devastation of bent, broken and blackened trees that appear like scratches against the pristine snow covered backdrop.