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 Vines and Borderlines

School of Art Gallery Collection Gallery

May 1 - June 23, 2017

Curated by Hannah Keating

The artworks in Vines and Borderlines are vignettes of utopia and dystopia and of security and threat. They are narrative but fragmentary, and ask viewers to ponder everyday banality and spectacle, space and world-making, and the relationship between the borders that define, create, confine, and permeate.

The exhibition features works selected from the School of Art Permanent Collection by Libby Hague, Glenn Lewis, David McMillan and Andrew Valko.

Hannah Keating graduated in 2016 from Carleton University with a Master's Degree in Art History and won the Dr. Shirley L. Thompson Award for Young Curators which allowed her to complete an internship at the Winnipeg Art Gallery.

With support from Young Canada Works - Building Careers in Heritage

Image: Libby Hague, The Crowd Gathering, 1978, monochromatic lithograph with cutout, 57 x 92 cm
Gift of Dr. Ben Shore
School of Art Permanent Collection

Exhibition Brochure:
Hannah Keating, Vines and Borderlines  [PDF]

 

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