Ottawa, Ontario, December 15, 2022 /CNW/ – Visit the National Gallery Canada (NGC) Enjoy art with your family and friends this winter and have a memorable experience!
“We warmly invite everyone to this iconic building for our new winter program that offers something for everyone,” he said. Angela CathyInterim Director and CEO, National Gallery Canada. “From free Thursday nights with live DJs, art-making workshops and artist talks, to captivating exhibitions and installations by national and international artists, the gallery’s winter program is an opportunity to spend quality time together. background.”
5pm to 8pm every thursday night Until then January 5ththe visitor is Enjoy light refreshments and festive snacks at the Great Hall of Scotiabank the sound of a local DJ in the meantime Decorative lantern making, activities specifically designed for adults. Admission is free.
A Thursday night at the gallery wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the collection. 3 View This is a new program of guided tours with interpreters.these are 30 minutes free tour An opportunity to discover and learn more about three works tied together by the same theme. signTwo tours in English are scheduled at 5:30pm and 6:30pm (French tour at 6:30pm). 6 pm When 7 pm). Departs from Scotiabank Great Hall.
of studioLocated right next to the Auditorium, is open to creators of all stages and ages every weekend and public holiday from 10am to 4pm. January 8, 2023 for lantern makingWe have art supplies available. Included in gallery admission. Members and children 11 and under are free. We promise you a fun and memorable time!
install Rashid Johnson: Capsules At the main entrance of the gallery (until January 5th),exhibition Movement: Expression in Art, 2022 Visual Media Arts Governor Award, 2022 New Generation Photography Award (Until then December 19th), 2022 sobee art Award exhibition,install John Aconfra: Sea of Vertigoand works from the collections of Indigenous and Canadian art, contemporary art, and European art, all waiting to be discovered or rediscovered.
of boutique We offer a wide range of beautiful items including visual arts and art history books, calendars featuring Aboriginal, Inuit and Canadian arts, greeting cards, Canadian jewelry, art supplies and decorations. Art lovers from coast to coast can also shop online at ShopNGC.ca. Until then January 8 All 2023 calendars and agendas are 25% off (in store only).
An ever-popular gift is gallery membership, which provides unlimited access to collections, exhibitions, member-only previews, parking discounts, and a variety of activities throughout the year. For more information, contact the Gallery’s Membership and Annual Giving Office at 613-714-6833 or [email protected]
The gallery is hosting two new exhibitions this winter. Paul P.: Love et Morsopen with February 10 Introducing a selection of recently acquired paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures. Toronto Artist Paul P. interacting with works from the gallery’s collection and getting started March 3rd, Not Invited: Contemporary Canadian Artistsfocused on the generation of female painters, photographers, sculptors, architects, and filmmakers of the last century, breaking new ground for female artists. CanadaThis latest exhibition is organized by McMichael Canadian. art collection With the exceptional participation of the National Gallery Canada.
as well as the exhibition Movement: Expression in Art will run until September 10, 2023Featuring 75 works by 30 artists dating from the 17th century to the present day, the gallery highlights works that reveal the expressive power of the body, as well as the galleries’ extensive collections of indigenous, contemporary, European and photographic arts. doing.
The gallery offers a wide variety of activities for visitors of all ages, including creative arts workshops, artist and curator talks, lectures, and guided tours. Visit gallery.ca regularly for program details. learning tab.
Exhibitions and installations in 2023
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Paul P: Love and Morse
February 10 – June 11, 2023
Paul P.’s distinctive art practice digs into the past, connecting historical eras with contemporary times on the cusp of change. His paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings are similar to neoclassical sculptures of the 1700s, James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903), the arch mannerism of the poet Robert de Montesquieu (1855–1921), and famous places such as Venice, Italyand its modern counterparts, venice beach, CaliforniaThe basis of his artistic project is an extensive series of portraits of young men, appropriated from pre-AIDS erotic photography. The series has an affinity with a particular artist’s work in the late 1800s, rebelling against prevailing morals of the time and promoting a secret language of cryptic homosexuality.
Here, a group of 30 recently acquired works created by Paul P. between 2003 and 2019 serve as portals for time travel between periods in art history. In this way they form a dialogue with other works selected from the gallery’s collection.
UNINVITED: Contemporary Canadian Female Artists
March 3rd – August 20, 2023
not invited It celebrates generations of women painters, photographers, weavers, beadmakers and sculptors from 100 years ago. Together, they have opened up new frontiers for female artists. Canadaas seen in this cross-country snapshot of dynamic interwar female creativity. not invited It challenges the notion of a typical Canadian artist. From coast to coast, it explores the diversity of many female creators who have been ignored by traditional art history. Moving away from the sparsely populated wilderness portrayed by many of the male artists of the era to poignant reflections on cities, resource extraction, social issues, human psychology, displacement of indigenous peoples, and the experience of immigration. This creates a vibrant social mission for the arts. These women portrayed what their male counterparts were probably less inclined to see, creating art from a place of deep humanity, curiosity and intelligence.
National Gallery with nearly 200 works of art Canada’s presentation not invited Contains over 30 works from our own collection. The gallery will be his fourth and final venue for the exhibition. Canada For a pivotal modern moment. Hosted by McMichael Canadian art collection With special support from the National Gallery, Canada.
Movement: Expression in Art
You can see up to September 10, 2023
Excerpts from the National Gallery collection Canada, this exhibition celebrates the expressive energy of the human body. Ranging from 17th-century prints to contemporary performances, paintings, photographs and videos, the show explores issues of social concern and hopes to represent the many possibilities of human contact and interaction. It shows how the body can endure for a living artist. Supported by the National Gallery’s Scotiabank Photography Program Canada.
About the National Gallery Canada
Ankosé — everything is connected
National Gallery Canada Centered on indigenous knowledge and beings, it is dedicated to amplifying voices through art and expanding the scope and breadth of its collections, exhibition programs, and public activism on behalf of all Canadians. encosé――In the words of Anishina Abemowin, everything is connected—reflects the gallery’s mission to open hearts and minds and create dynamic experiences that enable new ways of looking at ourselves, each other and our diverse histories through visual arts. It houses an impressive collection of contemporary Indigenous international art, as well as significant collections of historic and contemporary Canadian and European art from the 14th century.th up to 21st Centuries. National Gallery founded in 1880 Canada For over a century, it has played an important role in Canadian culture. For more information on Gallery programming and activities, visit gallery.ca and follow us. twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram. #Ankouse #EverythingIsConnected #EverythingIsConnected.
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