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Carleton Curatorial Laboratory (CCL): Family Matters
January 27 - May 16, 2021
Michael Schreier, "Untitled" (1980), National Gallery Portraits series, In-camera cibachrome, azo dye print on paper, Gift of George Carmody, 2000
This exhibition explores the many ways in which artists approach and represent ideas of kinship, community and belonging.
Family Matters brings together a compelling range of prints, drawings, photographs and paintings, dating from the mid-1800s to today, selected from CUAG’s collection.
These works variously depict tender moments, document public and private spaces, index the everyday and explore familial roles and relationships.
Family Matters was curated by the graduate art history students enrolled in CURA 5001, a curatorial studies seminar taught by Professor Stéphane Roy.
Kendra Anderson, Patricia Berubé, Shaney Kille, Cynthia Morawski, Phoebe Sampey and Rebecca Watson
Artists in the exhibition
Evergon, George Hawken, Suzy Lake, Jane Martin, David Neel, Leslie Reid, Michael Schreier and Jeff Thomas, and unknown 19th-century photographers