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Current Exhibitions

Sun K. Kwak: Untying Space_CUAG

Using black masking tape as her primary medium, Sun K. Kwak reinvigorates and redefines architectural spaces with rhythmic, expressive and dynamic lines and shapes.  For her first solo exhibition in Canada, the Korean artist has created a site-specific “Space Drawing” in CUAG’s mezzanine level.

Robert Houle: Pahgedenaun

Pahgedenaun presents several recent bodies of drawings and paintings in which Robert Houle addresses the traumas he experienced as a child, while attending the residential school located in his home community of Sandy Bay First Nation.

Linda Sormin: Fierce Passengers

The Bangkok-born Canadian artist Linda Sormin has transformed the gallery in a site-responsive installation that features the partial hull of a ship, ceramic sculptures, found and solicited objects and Leda clay – a prevalent local material which functions as a potent metaphor for the literal instability of the ground on which we live.

CUAG Connects

Party celebrating the opening of CUAG’s summer exhibitions

Monday, 14 May 2018, 5:00 p.m.