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  • moreless FAIGENBAUM, Patrick
    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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    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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    Patrick Faigenbaum

    Patrick Faigenbaum

    Patrick Faigenbaum (born in Paris in 1954 and still living there) first became known in the late eighties for his series of pictures of Italian ...

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  • moreless FALK, Gathie
    Construction Compulsion

    Construction Compulsion

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

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  • moreless FARMER, Geoffrey
    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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    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 FASTWÜRMS
    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 FAUGHT, Josh
    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 ...

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  • moreless FAVRO, Murray
    Construction Compulsion

    Construction Compulsion

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

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  • moreless FLAVIN, Dan
    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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  • moreless FLEMING, Marnie
    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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    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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    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 ...

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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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    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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    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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    Ed Burtynsky

    Ed Burtynsky

    Edward Burtynsky, Landmarks features works from this incredible gift, many depicting Oakville's oil refinery and the recycling plants in nearby ...

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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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    Jeremy Borsos

    Jeremy Borsos

    Then Again has found an entirely novel way of exploring history as a creative tool, allowing us to reconsider the parameters of what constitutes ...

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    Catherine Chalmers

    Catherine Chalmers

    Viewing Catherine Chalmers's exhibition Food Chain is a little like watching The Sopranos on television. Both are about the drama of sex, intrigue, ...

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    Andrew Wright

    Andrew Wright

    In his exhibition, Home and Garden, Kitchener-based artist Andrew Wright borrows trade secrets from the old masters and offers an intriguing glimpse ...

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    Susan Dobson

    Susan Dobson

    You won't find any soccer moms, golf-bag-toting dads, streets brimming with SUVs, or kids playing road hockey in Susan Dobson's photographs; their ...

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    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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    Roy Arden

    Roy Arden

    While the scope of Fragments is intimate and subjective, Arden's more recent works seek out a more critical positioning of the subject in history. ...

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    SHUI-BO WANG

    SHUI-BO WANG

    In the wake of the excitement over Shui-Bo Wang's 1998 Academy Award nomination for best short documentary film, Oakville Galleries examines Sunrise ...

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    Daniel Olson

    Daniel Olson

    With Oakville Galleries' recent and continuing exploration of the relations between sound and image in the visual arts, we now celebrate the work of ...

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    Tania Kitchell

    Tania Kitchell

    What Canadian hasn't experienced wind-blasted, bitter cold snowstorms? Tania Kitchell is one artist who has an anti-freeze solution to frigid winter ...

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    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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    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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    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 FLOTRON, Marianne
    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 FONES, Robert
    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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    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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  • moreless FOREVER, Johnny
    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 FORKERT, Kirsten
    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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  • moreless FRASER, Andrea
    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 FUGLEM, Karilee
    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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    Karilee Fuglem

    Karilee Fuglem

    Employing modest materials such as plastic bags, chewing gum, tape and fishing line, the work of British Columbia born Montreal artist Karilee Fuglem ...

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  • moreless FUJIKAWA, Bud
    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 FULLERTON, Kim
    Vid Ingelevics

    Vid Ingelevics

    In hunter/gatherer, Toronto-based artist Vid Ingelevics brings together photographs from two of his most recent bodies of work; one of hunting ...

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  • moreless FULTON, Hamish
    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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