Significant Forms

March 2 to June 9, 2024

Wally Dion, Red Prairie Braids, 2023. Photogravure on chine colle on paper, ed. 7/8. Collection of the Kelowna Art Gallery. Photo by Yuri Akuney, Digital Perfections.

 

Immerse yourself in Significant Forms, an installation-based group exhibition that will highlight the transformative spaces that artists create. These selected works portray both real and imagined sites and explore how a specific time and place can indelibly mark our lives. Defying prescribed norms and conventions of a traditional exhibition, these works shift perspectives to engage with what lies beyond the politics of the gallery space.

By uniting influential contemporary artists from across Canada and the Okanagan, this exhibition weaves together aesthetic threads that enrich the exploration of structure and material, transforming the Gallery into a dynamic space of endless possibilities. Featured artists include Wally Dion, Wanda Lock, Zachari Logan, Amanda McCavour, Samuel Roy-Bois, Andreas Rutkauskas, and Sami Tsang.

 

Opening Reception: Friday, March 1, 2024 | 6 to 8 pm

Open to the public to attend.

 


Sami Tsang, Still We Rise, 2020, stoneware, glaze, underglaze, resin, clay epoxy, polymer clay, ballpoint pen, pencil, and fabric. Courtesy of the artist and Cooper Cole, Toronto. Photography by Jessann Reece.

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