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  • moreless GAMMON, Lynda
    Silent As Glue

    Silent As Glue

    The works in Silent As Glue are deceivingly simple. They are the results of large doses of intuition, a dialogue with art history, a play between ...

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  • moreless GARNEAU, David
    Diabolique

    Diabolique

    Diabolique brings together twenty-one artists who address the impact of war, violence and human conflict on contemporary life.

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  • moreless GAUCHER, Yves
    A Noble Line

    A Noble Line

    Appearing and disappearing depending on one's vantage point, the place where the sky meets land or sea has effectively instilled fear, wonder and ...

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    Sublimation

    Sublimation

    Through acts of transformation, illusion and suspension, the works in this exhibition focus intently on the perceptual experience of the viewer.

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  • moreless GAY, Michelle
    Michelle Gay

    Michelle Gay

    Since 1996, an important part of Michelle Gay's practice has been play with two concepts: language and time. In some works, word-replacing ...

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  • moreless GEHRY, Frank
    Beaver Tales

    Beaver Tales

    As a parliamentary declared national symbol, the beaver holds special relevance for Canadians. For long over a century in Canada, the beaver's image ...

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  • moreless GELEYNSE, Wyn
    Soft Passages

    Soft Passages

    Curiously, Oakville Galleries' 25th anniversary managed to sneak up on the staff. This unexpected arrival helped set the tone for marking the ...

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  • moreless GELLMAN, Dara
    Accumulated Outlook

    Accumulated Outlook

    Accumulated Outlook examines the way we look at the world through information that is both sourced and sampled. Like the companion exhibition Outlook ...

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  • moreless GILLIGAN, Melanie
    The Talking Cure

    The Talking Cure

    Foregrounding video and performance, The Talking Cure features works made since the global financial crisis by six international artists.

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  • moreless GINGRA , Nicole
    Raymonde April

    Raymonde April

    For more than twenty years now, Québec artist Raymonde April has been capturing on film the passing moments of the people and places that surround ...

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  • moreless GIRARDET, Christoph
    Depth of Perception

    Depth of Perception

    Playing between screen space and gallery space, surface and depth, the exhibition engages questions of materiality, embodiment and mutability with ...

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  • moreless GIROUX, Christian
    Young & Giroux

    Young & Giroux

    Over the past decade, Canadian artist duo Daniel Young & Christian Giroux have created an acclaimed body of work that critically explores the built ...

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    Sobey Art Award

    Sobey Art Award

    Oakville Galleries is pleased to present Sobey Art Award: 2011 Ontario Long List, a group exhibition that takes the pulse of contemporary art-making ...

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  • moreless GLABUSH, Sky
    Sky Glabush

    Sky Glabush

    For What Is a Self?, Glabush takes over the former estate house of Gairloch Gardens with an array of large-scale weavings and mixed-media sculptures.

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  • moreless GLAVIN, Eric
    Eric Glavin

    Eric Glavin

    Over the last decade Toronto-based artist Eric Glavin has made use of a wide range of media including video, performance, photography, sculpture and ...

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  • moreless GOODWIN, Betty
    Betty Goodwin

    Betty Goodwin

    This retrospective of Betty Goodwin's work, drawn from the collection of Salah J. Bachir, provides a condensed overview of the late artist's prolific ...

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  • moreless GORDON, Douglas
    Body: New Art from the UK

    Body: New Art from the UK

    The thirteen artists in this exhibition all take the body as the principal subject of their work. As a group, they represent two generations of ...

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  • moreless GRAHAM, Rodney
    Re-Envisioning Habitat

    Re-Envisioning Habitat

    Presenting selected works from Oakville Galleries's permanent collection, Re-Envisioning Habitat examines the ways in which contemporary artists ...

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    Weathervane

    Weathervane

    At a time when the effects of global warming might be twice as catastrophic as previously thought, and extreme climate events threaten us worldwide, ...

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    Get a little closer...

    Get a little closer...

    Over the years, Oakville Galleries has been building a permanent collection that is gaining a national and international reputation. For this annual ...

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  • moreless GRAUERHOLZ, Angela
    Addressing Oakville

    Addressing Oakville

    Nearly all the works in Addressing Oakville are now part of Oakville Galleries' permanent collection. They relate to a focus on the collection that ...

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    The Green of Her

    The Green of Her

    The works included in The Green of Her map out landscapes in unlikely sources—a fur muff, a floral carpet, the folds of a napkin—and imagine what new ...

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    You've Really Got a Hold on Me

    You've Really Got a Hold on Me

    On the occasion of her retirement from Oakville Galleries, Curator Marnie Fleming organizes You've Really Got a Hold on Me featuring select works ...

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    Revealing the Subject

    Revealing the Subject

    This gathering of works from Oakville Galleries's permanent collection suggests that the state of portraiture is likewise a category in flux, one ...

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    An Unregarded Art

    An Unregarded Art

    All cultures-ancient and modern, Western and Eastern-have employed interior decoration that alludes to nature. An Unregarded Art draws from Oakville ...

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  • moreless GREYSON, John
    Fig Trees: A Video Opera

    Fig Trees: A Video Opera

    In Fig Trees, a contemporary video-opera, artists John Greyson and David Wall take their fondness for experimenting with theatrical time and space ...

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  • moreless GRIMONPREZ, Johan
    Johan Grimonprez

    Johan Grimonprez

    Powerful and disturbing media images fill our society and shape our consciousness. As a consequence, the powerful are often those who can control ...

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  • moreless GUNNING, Lucy
    Un-home-ly

    Un-home-ly

    Un-home-ly assembles works in painting, sculpture, video and photography to highlight the feminist tendency toward prodigious articulations of the ...

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  • moreless HADLEY+MAXWELL
    Depth of Perception

    Depth of Perception

    Playing between screen space and gallery space, surface and depth, the exhibition engages questions of materiality, embodiment and mutability with ...

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    Sublimation

    Sublimation

    Through acts of transformation, illusion and suspension, the works in this exhibition focus intently on the perceptual experience of the viewer.

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  • moreless HAMMER, Barbara
    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart brings together a group of artists whose works demonstrate an active commitment to feminist world-making. While the works in this ...

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  • moreless HARLE, Matt
    Silent As Glue

    Silent As Glue

    The works in Silent As Glue are deceivingly simple. They are the results of large doses of intuition, a dialogue with art history, a play between ...

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  • moreless HARPER, Sharon
    Walk Ways

    Walk Ways

    Walk Ways brings together works by nineteen contemporary artists who view walking as an activity that unites bodily and mental freedom. Inspired by ...

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  • moreless HARRISON, Rachel
    Rachel Harrison

    Rachel Harrison

    Since 1995, Brooklyn-based artist Rachel Harrison has carved out a distinctive niche in contemporary art with works and installations that hybridize ...

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  • moreless HAYES, Sharon
    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart brings together a group of artists whose works demonstrate an active commitment to feminist world-making. While the works in this ...

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  • moreless HAYEUR, Isabelle
    The Green of Her

    The Green of Her

    The works included in The Green of Her map out landscapes in unlikely sources—a fur muff, a floral carpet, the folds of a napkin—and imagine what new ...

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    Is there a there there?

    Is there a there there?

    In bringing together visual images of suburbia from the collections of the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Contemporary ...

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    Urban Territories

    Urban Territories

    As its title suggests, Urban Territories / Territoires urbains is meant to be understood on different levels: it addresses not only the question of ...

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    Isabelle Hayeur

    Isabelle Hayeur

    Inhabiting consists of a number of photographic works by Montréal artist Isabelle Hayeur, selected from three series. Through her choice of images ...

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  • moreless HELLER, Susanna
    You've Really Got a Hold on Me

    You've Really Got a Hold on Me

    On the occasion of her retirement from Oakville Galleries, Curator Marnie Fleming organizes You've Really Got a Hold on Me featuring select works ...

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    Uneasy Pieces

    Uneasy Pieces

    From anxiety about economic recession, warfare and the violence of international terrorism, to concerns about consumerism and the decentered world of ...

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    Re-Envisioning Habitat

    Re-Envisioning Habitat

    Presenting selected works from Oakville Galleries's permanent collection, Re-Envisioning Habitat examines the ways in which contemporary artists ...

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    Susanna Heller

    Susanna Heller

    Susanna Heller's Ghost Tower is a major acquisition for Oakville Galleries' permanent collection and is being premiered in this exhibition together ...

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  • moreless HENDERSON, Tamara
    Tamara Henderson

    Tamara Henderson

    Oakville Galleries is delighted to present Seasons End: Out of Body, a solo exhibition by Tamara Henderson. In her writing, film, painting, and ...

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  • moreless HERSTORY INVENTORY
    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart brings together a group of artists whose works demonstrate an active commitment to feminist world-making. While the works in this ...

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  • moreless HERZOG, Fred
    Auto-Motive

    Auto-Motive

    Auto-Motive: World from the Windshield brings together eighteen artists who examine notions of place, perception and emotional experience from the ...

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  • moreless HICKOX, April
    A Noble Line

    A Noble Line

    Appearing and disappearing depending on one's vantage point, the place where the sky meets land or sea has effectively instilled fear, wonder and ...

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    Get a little closer...

    Get a little closer...

    Over the years, Oakville Galleries has been building a permanent collection that is gaining a national and international reputation. For this annual ...

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    Revealing the Subject

    Revealing the Subject

    This gathering of works from Oakville Galleries's permanent collection suggests that the state of portraiture is likewise a category in flux, one ...

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    Contaminated Systems

    Contaminated Systems

    This exhibition explores the various ways that our society's interpretation of cultural and personal symptoms has been contaminated and suggests that ...

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  • moreless HLADY, Marla
    Marla Hlady

    Marla Hlady

    Invited to produce a new work at Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens, Hlady was drawn to the acoustic nature of this former home. To her ...

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  • moreless HODGSON, Janet
    Janet Hodgson

    Janet Hodgson

    British artist Janet Hodgson is intrigued with notions of copy and displacement in architecture. In her preliminary research, begun in 2001, Hodgson ...

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  • moreless HOFFMANN, Bettina
    What We Bring to the Table

    What We Bring to the Table

    Sitting around a table can ignite emotional interactions of all types, ranging from celebratory festivities and story-telling to a food-fight just ...

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  • moreless HOFMANN, Irene
    IÑIGO MANGLANO-OVALLE

    IÑIGO MANGLANO-OVALLE

    In the fall of 2000 Manglano-Ovalle turned his camera to Mies van der Rohe's last great building for the creation of Alltagszeit (In Ordinary Time). ...

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  • moreless HOGAN-FINLAY, Onya
    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart

    After My Own Heart brings together a group of artists whose works demonstrate an active commitment to feminist world-making. While the works in this ...

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  • moreless HOICKA, Marisa
    Depth of Perception

    Depth of Perception

    Playing between screen space and gallery space, surface and depth, the exhibition engages questions of materiality, embodiment and mutability with ...

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  • moreless HORODNER, Stuart
    Walk Ways

    Walk Ways

    Walk Ways brings together works by nineteen contemporary artists who view walking as an activity that unites bodily and mental freedom. Inspired by ...

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  • moreless HORTON, Kristan
    Freedom of Assembly

    Freedom of Assembly

    Drawing on the stuff of our everyday lives—such as newspapers, books, and readily available scrap—these artists take up collage as a strategy, rather ...

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  • moreless HURLBUT, Spring
    You've Really Got a Hold on Me

    You've Really Got a Hold on Me

    On the occasion of her retirement from Oakville Galleries, Curator Marnie Fleming organizes You've Really Got a Hold on Me featuring select works ...

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    An Unregarded Art

    An Unregarded Art

    All cultures-ancient and modern, Western and Eastern-have employed interior decoration that alludes to nature. An Unregarded Art draws from Oakville ...

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  • moreless HUSAIN, Oliver
    Depth of Perception

    Depth of Perception

    Playing between screen space and gallery space, surface and depth, the exhibition engages questions of materiality, embodiment and mutability with ...

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    Propped

    Propped

    To propose, to proposition, to prop up: Propped explores the varied functions and meanings of the prop in the work of contemporary Canadian artists, ...

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  • moreless HUWS, Bethan
    Sublimation

    Sublimation

    Through acts of transformation, illusion and suspension, the works in this exhibition focus intently on the perceptual experience of the viewer.

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