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  • moreless LAHDE, Kristiina
    The Birds and the Bees

    The Birds and the Bees

    This exhibition aims to provide a refresher on the various ways avian and apian characteristics are being employed by contemporary artists. Rather ...

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  • moreless LAKE, Suzy
    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 LAMB BOBAK, Molly
    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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  • moreless LA MELIA, Tiziana
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Art and poetry share a long and rich history, from the visual poetry experiments of the modernist avant-garde to the association of the Beat ...

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  • moreless LARIVIÈRE, Maryse
    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Art and poetry share a long and rich history, from the visual poetry experiments of the modernist avant-garde to the association of the Beat ...

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  • moreless LATOUR, Toni
    Fuzzy

    Fuzzy

    FUZZY explores the complex and loving relationships between people and pet animals. One of the main criteria for choosing these artists is their ...

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  • moreless LEBLANC, Craig
    Burning Cold

    Burning Cold

    Burning Cold presents the work of visual artists from both above and below the 60th parallel who investigate myths of the North and reinterpret them ...

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  • moreless LEMIEUX, Lyse
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

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  • moreless LÉONARD, Emmanuelle
    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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  • moreless LETINSKY, Laura
    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Oakville Galleries is located in the spaces of a once-private estate house and a public library. The two-part exhibition Where I Lived, and What I ...

    Open archive
    Sublimation

    Sublimation

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

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Laura Letinsky

    Laura Letinsky

    At Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens (once a former home) Letinsky complicates and confuses the reading of the empty house imagery to create a ...

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  • moreless LEVINE, Les
    Les Levine

    Les Levine

    For more than five decades, the work of Irish-Canadian-American artist Les Levine has taken shape across a wide range of techniques, media and ...

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  • moreless LEWIS, Mark
    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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  • moreless LEXIER, Micah
    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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    Micah Lexier

    Micah Lexier

    While the search for identity has always been paramount in Lexier's practice, this lost child of the traditional portrait is never going to fit ...

    Open archive
    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Oakville Galleries is located in the spaces of a once-private estate house and a public library. The two-part exhibition Where I Lived, and What I ...

    Open archive
    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Art and poetry share a long and rich history, from the visual poetry experiments of the modernist avant-garde to the association of the Beat ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    One Thing After Another

    One Thing After Another

    This exhibition explores pieces from Oakville Galleries Permanent Collection that deal with systems and formats in which contemporary artists have ...

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    Odd Bodies

    Odd Bodies

    Oakville Galleries presents Odd Bodies, a selection of works from the National Gallery's permanent collection of modern and contemporary art and ...

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  • moreless LICHA, Emanuel
    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 LINKLATER, Duane
    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 LIPPARD, Hanne
    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Art and poetry share a long and rich history, from the visual poetry experiments of the modernist avant-garde to the association of the Beat ...

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  • moreless LIPSETT, Arthur
    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Oakville Galleries is located in the spaces of a once-private estate house and a public library. The two-part exhibition Where I Lived, and What I ...

    Open archive
  • moreless LIU, An Te
    Hyper Spaces

    Hyper Spaces

    Hyper Spaces focuses on this sense that we are standing at the threshold between the everyday and the extraordinary, the bizarre, the impossible. It ...

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  • moreless LOEFFLER, Frances
    Zin Taylor

    Zin Taylor

    The work of Paris-based Canadian artist Zin Taylor probes the spaces between object and idea, form and thought. Taylor's work imagines the mind as a ...

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  • moreless LOGUE, Deirdre
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Deirdre Logue

    Deirdre Logue

    For the past ten years, the film and video work of Deirdre Logue has explored self-representation, the passage of time, and the nature of everyday ...

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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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  • moreless LONG, Gareth
    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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    Sublimation

    Sublimation

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

    Open archive
    Gareth Long

    Gareth Long

    Through his practice over the past six years, Gareth Long has explored the value, reproducibility, and tactility of video. In crafting modes of the ...

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  • moreless LOVE, Karen
    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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  • moreless LUCAS, Sarah
    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 LUKIN LINKLATER, Tanya
    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Art and poetry share a long and rich history, from the visual poetry experiments of the modernist avant-garde to the association of the Beat ...

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  • moreless LUM, Ken
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Oakville Galleries is located in the spaces of a once-private estate house and a public library. The two-part exhibition Where I Lived, and What I ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 LUNDH, Johan
    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 LUSSIER, Réal
    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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  • moreless MABB, David
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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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    David Mabb

    David Mabb

    For over a decade, British artist David Mabb has consciously borrowed from the work of others. In this exhibition he explores ways to open up the art ...

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  • moreless MACCALLUM, Peter
    Peter MacCallum

    Peter MacCallum

    Peter MacCallum, one of Canada's finest and most conscientious photographers, has followed and photographed the Vimy monument during the course of ...

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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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    Peter MacCallum

    Peter MacCallum

    Peter MacCallum is well-known in the Toronto area for his unglamourous, scrupulous observations of industrial and urban architecture.

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  • moreless MACDONALD, Euan
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MACDONALD, Duncan
    Mnemonic Devices

    Mnemonic Devices

    This exhibition, assembled from Oakville Galleries' permanent collection, brings together the work of ten contemporary artists who are grappling with ...

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  • moreless MACDONALD, Mike
    Earthly Delights

    Earthly Delights

    This exhibition was inspired by Heironymous Bosch's elaborately detailed paintings created in the early 1500's. At first glance this famous triptych ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MACGREGOR, Gwen
    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Oakville Galleries is located in the spaces of a once-private estate house and a public library. The two-part exhibition Where I Lived, and What I ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Gwen MacGregor

    Gwen MacGregor

    Toronto artist Gwen MacGregor is preoccupied with seeking alternative ways to chart and experience events, exploring the realities of time, space and ...

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  • moreless MACKENZIE, Elizabeth
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

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  • moreless MADAHAR, Neeta
    The Birds and the Bees

    The Birds and the Bees

    This exhibition aims to provide a refresher on the various ways avian and apian characteristics are being employed by contemporary artists. Rather ...

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  • moreless MADAHAR, Neeta
    Neeta Madahar

    Neeta Madahar

    Sustenance examines the complexities of human domesticity through images of birds gathering and feeding. For over a year, Madahar recorded the ...

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  • moreless MAGOR, Liz
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Neeta Madahar

    Neeta Madahar

    Sustenance examines the complexities of human domesticity through images of birds gathering and feeding. For over a year, Madahar recorded the ...

    Open archive
    Burrow

    Burrow

    Burrow focuses on the human desire for comfort and escape, and shows us the irony of how it can also breed isolation and paranoia in an impossible ...

    Open archive
    The Birds and the Bees

    The Birds and the Bees

    This exhibition aims to provide a refresher on the various ways avian and apian characteristics are being employed by contemporary artists. Rather ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 MAKARENKO, Adam
    The Birds and the Bees

    The Birds and the Bees

    This exhibition aims to provide a refresher on the various ways avian and apian characteristics are being employed by contemporary artists. Rather ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MALLON, Darci
    Construction Compulsion

    Construction Compulsion

    This exhibition explores themes of building and reconstruction in Oakville Galleries's permanent collection. The Centennial location features works ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MANGLANO-OVALLE, Iñigo
    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 MARCLAY, Christian
    Christian Marclay

    Christian Marclay

    Christian Marclay is a visual artist and musician whose practice explores the relations between sound and image in the visual arts. His work has ...

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  • moreless MARIONI, Tom
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MARK, Kelly
    Fuzzy

    Fuzzy

    FUZZY explores the complex and loving relationships between people and pet animals. One of the main criteria for choosing these artists is their ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MARMAN, Jennifer
    The Jennifer Show

    The Jennifer Show

    The common factor linking the work in The Jennifer Show is simple. Each artist has been chosen because she meets the basic requirement for the ...

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  • moreless MARSH, Lynne
    Hyper Spaces

    Hyper Spaces

    Hyper Spaces focuses on this sense that we are standing at the threshold between the everyday and the extraordinary, the bizarre, the impossible. It ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MARTIN, Ron
    Sublimation

    Sublimation

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

    Open archive
  • moreless MARTINEAU, Luanne
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MARZOLF, Helen
    Monika Napier

    Monika Napier

    Artist Monika Napier investigates the overlooked accoutrements of everyday living. In mad, mad, mad, mad world, she has hyperbolized the physical ...

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  • moreless MASSEY, John
    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 MASSEY, John; Becky Singleton
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MASTROIACOVO, Thérèse
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MATSUBARA, Naoko
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MCCASLIN, Matthew
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MCCORMACK, Derek
    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Down To Write You This Poem Sat

    Art and poetry share a long and rich history, from the visual poetry experiments of the modernist avant-garde to the association of the Beat ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MCFARLAND, Scott
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MCKINLEY, Donald L.
    Donald L. McKinley

    Donald L. McKinley

    A Studio Practice in Furniture features furniture, working models and sketches by Donald L. McKinley (1932-1998), an educator and craftsman who made ...

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  • moreless MCLEAN, Jason
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MCMACKON, Jennifer
    The Jennifer Show

    The Jennifer Show

    The common factor linking the work in The Jennifer Show is simple. Each artist has been chosen because she meets the basic requirement for the ...

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  • moreless MCMILLAN, David
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MCWILLIAMS, Al
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MEHRA, Divya
    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, ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MERRITT, David
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

    Open archive
    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Where I Lived, and What I Lived For

    Oakville Galleries is located in the spaces of a once-private estate house and a public library. The two-part exhibition Where I Lived, and What I ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Sublimation

    Sublimation

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

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Petal Pushers

    Petal Pushers

    Imagine beautiful colour, delightful shapes and sweet aroma, and a flower garden comes to mind. This summer at Gairloch, the flowers are shifting and ...

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  • moreless MEYER, Hazel
    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, ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MICHEL, Ariane
    The Birds and the Bees

    The Birds and the Bees

    This exhibition aims to provide a refresher on the various ways avian and apian characteristics are being employed by contemporary artists. Rather ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MIDDLETON, Tricia
    Tricia Middleton

    Tricia Middleton

    Middleton has staged Gairloch estate as the uncanny aftermath of a natural disaster—an otherworldly ruin as glistening as it is decrepit. Collapsing ...

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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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MILLETT, Kate
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MIN, Susette
    Jin-Me Yoon

    Jin-Me Yoon

    New video installations and photographic works by Vancouver-based multimedia artist Jin-me Yoon are presented in Unbidden, an exhibition organized by ...

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  • moreless MISHCHENKO, Olia
    Olia Mishchenko

    Olia Mishchenko

    Here at Oakville Galleries, Mishchenko has created a new body of work that takes as its point of departure the history of Gairloch Gardens—a site ...

    Open archive
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MITCHELL, Allyson
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MITCHELL, Curtis
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MIYAJIMA, Tatsuo
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Construction Compulsion

    Construction Compulsion

    This exhibition explores themes of building and reconstruction in Oakville Galleries's permanent collection. The Centennial location features works ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MOODIE, Kim
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Out of Line

    Out of Line

    Out of Line brings together recent works by more than thirty contemporary artists from across Canada working in drawing's expanded field. ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MOOTOO, Shani
    Earthly Delights

    Earthly Delights

    This exhibition was inspired by Heironymous Bosch's elaborately detailed paintings created in the early 1500's. At first glance this famous triptych ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MORELLI, François
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MORRIS, Regan
    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 ...

    Open archive
    Mnemonic Devices

    Mnemonic Devices

    This exhibition, assembled from Oakville Galleries' permanent collection, brings together the work of ten contemporary artists who are grappling with ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
    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 ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MOSER, Gabrielle
    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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    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, ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MOSER, Bridget
    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, ...

    Open archive
  • moreless MOULTON, Shana
    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 MOVCHAN, Yana
    Fuzzy

    Fuzzy

    FUZZY explores the complex and loving relationships between people and pet animals. One of the main criteria for choosing these artists is their ...

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  • moreless MOYER, Carrie
    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 MRÉJEN, Valérie
    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 MUECK, Ron
    Real Life

    Real Life

    Taken together, the work of these two artists creates a narrative in Real Life about the contradictions of the human condition: the need to live ...

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  • moreless MÜLLER, Matthais
    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 MÜLLER, Ulrike
    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 MURPHY, Jennifer
    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 MURPHY, Serge
    Serge Murphy

    Serge Murphy

    Reflecting a broad overview of Murphy's work over the last ten years, this exhibition comprises sculpture, collage, drawing and engraving.

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    The Jennifer Show

    The Jennifer Show

    The common factor linking the work in The Jennifer Show is simple. Each artist has been chosen because she meets the basic requirement for the ...

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