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SHUVINAI ASHOONA – CURIOSITIES
March 8 – April 11, 2017

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KENT MONKMAN – A STORY OF CANADA
January 28 – February 25, 2017

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RIPLEY WHITESIDE: AQUARIUMS OF TORONTO
December 3 – 24, 2016
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

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THE PRIVATE COLLECTION: BAKER LAKE WALL-HANGINGS
September 24 – October 15, 2016
Feheley Fine Arts

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BARRY POTTLE: AWARENESS SERIES
April 30 – May 28, 2016
Feheley Fine Arts

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DIL HILDEBRAND: IT IS A COMPLICATED BUSINESS
March 19 – April 16, 2016
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

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EDWARD MALONEY
February 15 – March 15, 2014
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

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CHIH-CHIEN WANG
September 12 – October 12, 2013
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

Wang’s works, mainly in photography or video, frequently contain subtle traces which might refer to personal, cultural or social concerns while dealing primarily with his everyday experience.

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Tim Pitsiulak:  Looking Forward, Looking Back
November 2 – 23, 2013
Feheley Fine Arts

A new exhibition of work by Cape Dorset artist Tim Pitsiulak is an occasion for learning: learning more about life in Canada’s high arctic, and learning more about the developing talent of one of the north’s finest artists. His pictures of life in the arctic record the environment and the way of life he loves, bringing us close to the land and the people who know it best.

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John Latour – Kindred Spirits
June 22 – July 27, 2013
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

This exhibition of recent and ongoing work by Montreal artist John Latour
explores the creative links between contemporary art and a disappearing past mediated through images, texts and objects.

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Danny Osborne – Mile After Mile
May 25 – June 15, 2013
Feheley Fine Arts

MILE AFTER MILE is the latest in our series of Artist in the Arctic exhibitions. Artist Danny Osborne travelled from his native Ireland to the the north of Canada in 1977. Over the years he travelled extensively, finally settling in Iqaluit. The works of art in this exhibition celebrate the unique and beautiful atmosphere of the arctic landscape as seen through the art of this extraordinary artist.

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Maskull Lasserre – Fable

December 1, 2012 – January 19, 2013
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

Drawing on materials collected from the artist’s environment, this show of three-dimensional work presents dissections of everyday objects. These reveal an alternative anatomy of both material and expectation, evoking narratives of culture and mortality often overlooked in everyday things.

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Art Toronto
October 26 – 29, 2012
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

In parallel to a Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain presentation at Art Toronto, there will be a special three day exhibition in Centre Space featuring Roberto Pellegrinuzzi, Adad Hannah, Dil Hildebrand, Jérôme Fortin, Chih-Chien Wang. www.arttoronto.ca.

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Ohotaq Mikkigak – Imagined Landscapes
November 3 – 24, 2012
Feheley Fine Arts

Ohotaq Mikkigak is of the generation of Inuit artists who grew-up on the land and visited settlements like Cape Dorset for supplies. He fondly remembers the traditional elements of his childhood which gave him a close connection to his cultural ancestry. In 1958, after meeting his wife Qaunaq, a graphic artist, sculptor and throat singer, in Nuvukjuac, they were married in the camp. They moved to the settlement of Cape Dorset which offered the resource of schooling. To make a living for his children, Mikkigak started to carve, learned the art and produced works, but put it aside when the financial stability of a janitor position became available at the local school in 1970.

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Shivinai Ashoona – Shuvinai’s Worlds
September 15 – October 10, 2012
Feheley Fine Arts

From her earliest works, the art of Shuvinai Ashoona has been informed by the influences of community, history and personal experience, and the spiritual connections made through memory, story and fantasy. Over time, the emerging field against which these influences played out has been the rock strewn shore of Cape Dorset, which for millennia has edged and interacted with its own parallel and elemental marine universe.Incorporated onto pristine and extended white surfaces, favourite images such as tents have been connected by ink line and organized into precisely rendered coastal pebble and rock landscapes.

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Jérôme Fortin – Overview
August 16 – September 8, 2012
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

Jérôme Fortin was born in Joliette in 1971, he lives and works in Montreal. 
Since 1996 he has had more than a twenty solo exhibitions including shows in Prague, Pretoria, Tokyo, Paris, Toronto and Montreal. His work has been presented in group exhibitions in Istanbul, Berlin, Bologna, Brussels, Paris, Cuba, Barcelona, Beijing and New York.

This exhibition will encompass works from his most renowned series including Bagatelle, Seascapes/Marines, Tondos, Écrans/Screens, Ostinatos.

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Kent Monkman – Miss America
(June 14 – August 11)
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

Kent Monkman has established himself as one of the most exciting and dynamic contemporary artists inCanada. For Monkman, history is not a static, repressive regime of misleading stereotypes and tired art historical tropes, it is a lithe medium ripe for re-imagining and re-population.

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Jutai Toonoo – Cancer Cells Series
(May 12 – June 6, 2012)
Feheley Fine Arts

Following the opening of Jutai Toonoo: Body Contemplation, this Cape Dorset artist extended his stay in Toronto. During this time, Jutai engaged in a discussion with Pat about close friends and family members suffering with cancer. This had a deep impact on the artist who was inspired to explore this topic through a series of three oil stick drawings he completed in Centre Space. These works are now on display.

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Jutai Toonoo – Body Contemplation
(April 21 – May 12, 2012)
Feheley Fine Arts

Working as a sculptor since childhood, Jutai Toonoo only came to drawing within the last decade. His approach was immediately unique and dynamic, demonstrating he was in full control of the medium. This connection with the medium allowed for an unparalleled intensity in Toonoo’s oil stick work. The fluidity and movement of oil stick also translates nicely into larger sized paper, so that his portraits are often monumental and embody an inimitable dominance. Although he is often now recognized for his work with oil stick, he has also developed his technique with acrylic and watercolour painting.

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Adad Hannah – Unwrapping Rodin
(February 24 – March 31)
Pierre-François Ouellette art contemporain

The Unwrapping Rodin photographs are a new step in my ongoing exploration of Auguste Rodin’s sculptural work, mostly focused on his seminal work Les Bourgeois de Calais (1895). The other works I have completed are Age of Bronze (2004), Burghers of Seoul: Recast and Reshoot (2006), and Les Bourgeois de Calais: Crated and Displaced (2010).

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