OUR ARTISTS

Barry Ace

Mixed Media

“The traditional is remixed in Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations, with sculptures that blend Great Lakes floral motifs and other iconography from Anishinaabe (Odawa) culture with technological components, in effect replicating unique transitions in Indigenous culture.” Canadian Art magazine

Inspired by multiple facets of Anishinaabe—Odawa—culture gathered from historical sources, traditional knowledge, found objects and research, Barry Ace creates artworks that utilize Indigenous art forms, symbols and motifs in a fresh new way.

Available works range between $2,000 and $75,000

Barry Ace is a practicing visual artist and currently lives in Ottawa, Canada. He is a band member of M’Chigeeng First Nation, Odawa Mnis (Manitoulin Island), Ontario, Canada. His mixed media paintings and assemblage textile works explore various aspects of cultural continuity and the confluence of the historical and contemporary.

As a practicing visual artist, his work has been included in numerous group and solo exhibitions, including: Emergence from the Shadows – First Peoples Photographic Perspectives, Canadian Museum of Civilization (1999: Gatineau, Québec); Urban Myths: Aboriginal Artists in the City. Karsh-Masson Gallery (2000: Ottawa, Ontario); The Dress Show, Leonard and Ellen Bina Art Gallery (2003: Montréal, Québec); Super Phat Nish, Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (2006: Brandon, Manitoba); 50 Years of Pow wow, Castle Gallery (2006: New Rochelle, New York); Playing Tricks, American Indian Community House Gallery (2006: New York City, New York); Home/land and Security, Render Art Gallery (2009: Waterloo, Ontario); Meditations on Memory – A Metaphysical Dance, Alcove Gallery (2010: Ottawa International Airport, Ottawa, Ontario); m∂ntu’c – little spirits, little powers, Nordamerika Native Museum (2010: Zurich, Switzerland); Changing Hands 3 – Art Without Reservations (2012 -2014: Museum of Art and Design: New York City, New York); Native Fashion Now: North American Native Style (2016 – 2017: Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts); Anishinaabeg Art and Power, Royal Ontario Museum (2017: Toronto, Ontario); Every. Now. Then. Reframing Nationhood, Art Gallery of Ontario (2017: Toronto, Ontario); 2017 Canadian Biennial, National Gallery of Canada (2017: Ottawa, Ontario); We’ll All Become Stories, Ottawa Art Gallery (2018: Ottawa, Ontario); URL : IRL, Dunlop Art Gallery (2018: Regina, Saskatchewan); Public Disturbance: Politics and Protest in Contemporary Indigenous Art from Canada, Supermarket 2018 (2018: Stockholm, Sweden); Coalesce, Robert Langen Gallery (2019: Waterloo, Ontario); Carbon and Light: Juan Geuer’s Luminous Precision, Ottawa Art Gallery (2019: Ottawa, Ontario); Wrapped In Culture, Ottawa Art Gallery (2019: Ottawa, Ontario); Body of Waters, Idea Exchange (2019: Cambridge, Ontario); Àbadakone, National Gallery of Canada (2019: Ottawa, Ontario); and mazinigwaaso / to bead something, Faculty of Fine Art Gallery Concordia University (2019: Montréal, Québec). 

Barry is the recipient of the KM Hunter Visual Artist Award for 2015. This award is administered by the Ontario Arts Foundation. Barry’s contribution to contemporary art in Canada is noted in the Art Institute of Canada’s Glossary of Canadian Art History (view here).

Barry Ace stands beside his install of Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin / The Five Great Lakes, his series of honouring blankets, at the Ottawa Art Gallery’s inaugural show of their 2018 rebuild – Àdisòkàmagan / Nous connaître un peu nous mêmes /  We’ll all become stories​. Mixed Media, wool, velvet, beads, porcupine quills, horse hair, ​71.37 x 88.92 inches, 183 x 228cm, 2018. 

My textile practice draws its inspiration from historical Anishinaabeg arts of the Great Lakes that incorporate floral and geometric beadwork motifs. I up-cycle reclaimed and salvaged electronic components and circuitry (capacitors and resistors) transforming the refuse of the technological age into complex floral motifs. In doing so, I am referencing Anishinaabeg beadwork as a metaphor for cultural continuity, bridging the past with the present and the future, and as a demonstrable act of nationhood, resistance and modernity. My contemporary practice intentionally, yet respectfully, transcends and moves forward Anishinaabeg cultural boundaries as a confluence between the historical and contemporary.

Public and private collections in Canada and abroad, including the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa, Ontario); Canadian Museum of History (Gatineau, Québec); Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, Ontario); Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto, Ontario); Government of Ontario Art Collection (Toronto, Ontario); City of Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario); Ottawa Art Gallery (Ottawa, Ontario); Woodland Cultural Centre (Brantford, Ontario); Canada Council Art Bank (Ottawa, Ontario); North American Native Museum (Zurich, Switzerland); Ojibwe Cultural Foundation (M’Chigeeng, Ontario); Global Affairs Canada (Ottawa, Ontario); TD Art Collection (Toronto, Ontario); Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (Gatineau, Québec); and Westerkirk Works of Art (Toronto, Ontario).

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2019 mazinigwaaso / to bead something: Barry Ace: Bandolier Bags as Cultural Conduit. Solo exhibition. Curator – Lori Beavis. Faculty of Fine Arts Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec. (November 4 – December 13, 2019)

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2019 Art Toronto. International Art Fair. Kinsman Robinson Galleries. Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario. (October 25 – October 27, 2019)

2019 Body of Waters. Group exhibition. Curators – Iga Janik and Lisa Hirmer. Idea Exchange. Queen’s Square Gallery, Cambridge, Ontario. (July 12 – October 12, 2019)

2019 invisible threads. Group exhibition. Curator – Michelle LaVallee. Indigenous Art Centre Gallery, Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada, Gatineau, Québec. (May 21 – September 30, 2019)

2019 Wrapped in Culture. Group exhibition. Curator – Wahsontiio Cross. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (April 12 – September 15, 2019)

2019 Carbon and Light: Juan Geuer’s Luminous Precision. Group exhibition. Curator – Caroline Seck Langill. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (March 9 – August 19, 2019)

2019 Coalesce. Solo exhibition. Curator – Suzanne Luke. Robert Langen Art Gallery, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario. (February 25 – April 5, 2019)

2018 For as long as the sun shines; the grass grows and the river flows. Solo exhibition. School of Creative Arts Gallery, University of Windsor. (November 19 – November 23, 2018)

2018 URL: IRL. Group exhibition. Curators – Blair Fornwald, Jennifer Matotek and Wendy Peart. Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan. (June 1 – September 1, 2018)

2018 Àdisòkàmagan / Nous connaître un peu nous-mêmes / We’ll all become stories. Group Exhibition. Curators – Rebecca Basciano, Jim Burant, Michelle Gewurtz, Catherine Sinclair. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (April 28 – September 16, 2018) Catalogue.

2018 PUBLIC DISTURBANCE: Politics and Protest in Contemporary Indigenous Art from Canada. Group Exhibition. Galerie SAW Gallery for Supermarket 2018 Stockholm Independent Art Fair, Stockholm, Sweden. (April 12 – 15, 2018)

2018 Nigig Visiting Artist-in- Residence. Indigenous Visual Culture Program, Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto, Ontario. (January 10 – February 7, 2018)

2018 Always Vessels. Group Exhibition. Curator – Alexandra Nahwegahbow. Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (September 11 – November 12, 2017) and Rodman Hall Art Centre, Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario. (January 20 – March 11, 2018)

2017 The Canadian Biennial 2017. Group exhibition. Curator – Jonathan Shaughnessy. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. (October 13, 2017 – March 18, 2018) Catalogue. 

2017 Insurgence / Resurgence. Group Exhibition. Curators – Dr. Julie Nagam and Jaimie Isaac. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba. (September 23, 2017 – April 29, 2018) Catalogue.

2017 Raise a flag: works from the Aboriginal Art Collection (2000-2015). Group Exhibition. Curator – Ryan Rice. OnSite Gallery, Ontario College of Art and Design University, Toronto, Ontario. (September 16 – December 10, 2017) 

2017 Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood. Group Exhibition. Curators – Andrew Hunter and Anique Jordan. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario. (July 1 – December 10, 2017) Catalogue.

2017 By Invitation Only: Dance, Confederation and Reconciliation. Group exhibition. Curators – Amy Bowring and Troy Emery Twigg. Dance Collection Danse, Toronto, Ontario. (June 24 – December 22, 2017)

2017 Wapikwanew: Blossom. Group Exhibition. Curator – Jaime Koebel. Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (June 22 – July 30, 2017) 

2017 Anishinaabeg: Art & Power. Group Exhibition. Co-curated – Arni Brownstone, Alan Corbiere and Saul Williams. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario. Catalogue. (June 21 – November 19, 2017) 

2017 Unsettled. Group exhibition. Curator – Adrian Stimson. Queer Arts Festival, Roundhouse, Vancouver, British Columbia. (June 17 – 29, 2017)

2017 It’s Complicated. Group Exhibition. OO7 and Special Agents. Central Art Garage, Ottawa, Ontario. (June 15 – July 31, 2017)

2017 Indigenous Changemakers. Group exhibition. Kinsman Robinson Galleries, Toronto, Ontario. (June 10 – July 29, 2017)

2017 Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin: The Five Great Lakes. Solo exhibition. Station Gallery, Whitby, Ontario. (June 3 – July 2, 2017) 

2017 Queer Landscapes / Queer Intersections: An art exhibition exploring LGBTQ social issues and identities from an intersectional perspective. Juried group exhibition. John B. Aird Gallery, Toronto, Ontario. (May 30 – June 23, 2017) 

2017 Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style. Group exhibition. Curator – Karen Kramer. Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian, New York City, New York. (February 17 – September 4, 2017) Catalogue. 

2017 Nzhigwe / aim: a QR code interaction with contemporary Indigenous art. Group exhibition. Curator – Lori Beavis. McGill University, Montréal, Québec. (February 8 – April 19, 2017) 

2017 Niibwa Ndanwendaagan (My Relatives). Solo exhibition. Marvin Francis Media Gallery, Urban Shaman, Winnipeg, Manitoba. (February 3 – March 11, 2017) 

2016 Skén:nen: Peace and Decolonization. Group exhibition. Dawson College, Warren G Flowers Gallery, First Peoples’ Centre and the Peace Centre, Montréal, Québec. (November 3 – November 24, 2016)

2016 Souvenirs – City of Ottawa Recent Acquisitions. Group exhibition. Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (October 27 – November 27, 2016)

2016 Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin: The Five Great Lakes. Solo exhibition. Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, M’Chigeeng, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. (August 15 – October 15, 2016) Touring – Art Gallery of Sudbury, Sudbury, Ontario. (October 25, 2016 – January 18, 2017) Catalogue.

2016 Neon NDN: Indigenous Pop-Art Exhibition. Group exhibition. Curator –  Jocelyn Piirainen in conjunction with Asinabka Film Festival. Galerie SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (August 13 – September 30, 2016)

2016 Punctured Landscape / Passage Marqué. Group exhibition. Curator – Kegan McFadden. Canada Council for the Arts, Âjagemô Art Space, Ottawa, Ontario. (May 12 – October 2, 2016)

2016 Convergence: space and time in contemporary Indigenous art in Canada. Group exhibition. Curator – Wahsontiio Cross. Global Affairs Canada, Lester B. Pearson Building, Ottawa, Ontario. (June 21 – July 21, 2016)

2016 Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations. Solo exhibition. Great Hall Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. (April 22 – June 30, 2016) Catalogue. 

2016 Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations. Solo exhibition. Catalogue. Karsh – Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (January 28 – March 6, 2016)

2016 Temporal (Re)Imaginings. Group exhibition. Curator – Alexandra Kahsenniio Nahwegahbow. Canada Council for the Arts Âjagemô Art Space, Ottawa, Ontario. (November 10, 2015 – April 30, 2016)

2016 City of Ottawa Collection – This Is Us Now. Ottawa City Hall Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (December 10, 2015 – January 17, 2016)

2016 Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style. Group exhibition. Curator – Karen Kramer. Peabody Essex Museum (November 21, 2015 – March 6, 2016) Travelling 2016 – 2017; Portland Art Museum (Oregon); Philbrook Museum of Art (Oklahoma), Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian (New York City). Catalogue. 

2015 20/20: Workers Arts & Heritage Centre 20th Anniversary Exhibition. Group Exhibition. Workers Arts and Heritage Centre, Hamilton, Ontario. (September 11 – December 19, 2015)

2015 Aazhooningwa’igan “It is worn across the shoulder.” Solo exhibition. Trinity Art Gallery at the Shenkman Arts Centre, Orleans, Ontario. (October 22 – November 24, 2015)

2015 Mnemonic Manifestations. Solo exhibition. Latcham Art Gallery, Stouffville, Ontario. (July 9 – August 15, 2015)

2015 Le pARTy Annual Fundraiser Auction. Invited artist. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (May 21, 2015)

2015 Representations of Time and Place: Part 2 1990-2014. Selected Works by Aboriginal Artists in Ontario from the Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada Fine Art Collection for Ontario Scene. Mezzanine of the National Arts Centre, Ottawa, Ontario. (April 29 – May 10, 2015)

2015 Home Away from Home. Group exhibition. Curator – Wahsontiio Cross. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.  (January 23 – May 10, 2015)

2015 Memory Landscape. Solo exhibition. Museu Nogueira da Silva, Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal. (January 9 – February 3, 2015) Catalogue.

2014 Ottawa International Animation Festival. Group Exhibition. Arts Court Library, Ottawa, Ontario. (September 2014)

2014 Material Witness: Art, Activism, and Fiber Group Exhibition. Group Exhibition. Gallery 101, Ottawa, Ontario. (August – September 2014) 

2014 Surveillapocalypse (007 Collective with artCodex featuring Special Northern Agent Barry Pottle). Five Myles Gallery, Brooklyn, New York. (June 2014)

2013 City of Ottawa Recent Fine Art Acquisitions. Ottawa City Hall Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (September – October 2013)

2013 SCOUT (007 with Special Agent Howard Adler). Blink Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (August – September 2013)

2013 Walking with Our Sisters – A Commemorative Art Installation for the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women of Canada and the USA. International touring group exhibition. (August 2013 – 2019)

2013 In/Digitized – Indigenous Culture in a Digital World  (007 with Special Agent Robert Houle) – Partnership with Creative Cities Network Summit 2013 and National Gallery of Canada’s Sakahàn. Galerie SAW Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (June 2013)

2012 Ottawa Ontario 7 (007 with Special Agent Bonnie Devine) – Inaugural Exhibition (007 are Barry Ace, Rosalie Favell, Ronald Noganosh, Frank Shebageget, Ariel Smith, Yerxa, Bear Witness) Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, Ontario. (November – December 2012)

2012 Changing Hands 3 – Art Without Reservations. International touring group show. Museum of Art and Design, New York City, New York. (June 2013) Catalogue. 

2011 Robert’s Paintings. Shelley Niro -Director – Paris/Ojibwa performance works in documentary film based on the life career of artist Robert Houle.

2011 First Nations Art 2011. Group Exhibition. Woodland Cultural Centre Brantford, Ontario. (May 2011) Catalogue.

2011 N’nisidwaamdis: “I Recognize Myself.” Group Exhibition. Curator – Crystal Migwans. Ojibwe Cultural Foundation, Manitoulin Island, Ontario; Workers’ Arts and Heritage Centre Gallery, Hamilton, Ontario. (January – March 2011) Catalogue. 

2010 A Reparative Act – 4 solo dance performances in Paris, France – Maungwaudaus (Great Hero) – At the Louvre; Noodinokay (Furious Storm) – In the Tuilieries; Mishshemong (King of the Loons) – Place de la Concorde; Saysaygon (Hail Storm) – L’Esplanade des Invalides. Paris, France. (June 2010) Catalogue.

2010 First Nations Art 2010. Group Exhibition. Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, Ontario. (June 2010) Catalogue.

2012 “m∂ntu’c – little spirits, little powers” Group Exhibition. North American Native Museum, Zurich, Switzerland. (April 8, 2010 – November 14, 2010) Catalogue.

2010 Meditations on Memory – A Metaphysical Dance. Solo Exhibition. Alcove Gallery, Ottawa International Airport in collaboration with Gallery 101. (May 2010)

2010 React – New Media Exhibition. Alternator Gallery, Kelowna, British Columbia. (Spring 2010)

2009 Home/land and Security. Group Exhibition. Curator – Jeff Thomas. Render Art Gallery, University of Waterloo, Ontario. (November 5, 2009 – February 12, 2010) 

2006 50 Years of Powwow. Group exhibition. Castle Gallery, College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, New York.  (September 10 – November 22, 2006)

2006 Playing Tricks.  Two person exhibition with Maria Hupfield. Curator – Ryan Rice. American Indian Community House, New York City, New York. (March 25 – April 22, 2006)

2005 Super Phat Nish. Solo exhibition. Curator – Catherine Mattes. The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba, Brandon, Manitoba. (February 25 – April 9, 2005) 

2003 The Dress Show: La mode dans tous ses états. Group exhibition. Curator – Lynn Beavis. The Leonard and Bina Art Gallery, Concordia University, Montréal, Québec. ( April 22 – May 31, 2003) 

2002 Everyday Light – A Collection of Photos and Memories of Our Past. Touring Group Exhibition. Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Ontario. Catalogue. (Fall 2002 – Fall 2005)

2002 Contract.  Beaded page of Indian Act for artist Nadia Myer’s solo exhibition. Curator – Rhonda Meier. Galerie Oboro, Montreal, Québec. (May – June 2002)

2001 Interface: Textile, Technology and the Personal.  Group exhibition. Curator – Lynn Beavis. White Mountain Academy for the Arts, Elliot Lake, Ontario. (July 19 – August 3, 2001)

2001 In Control – Luminous Gravity. Group exhibition. Galerie SAW Gallery and SAW Video, Registry Building, Ottawa, Ontario.

2000 Urban Myths: Aboriginal Artists in the City. Group exhibition. Curators – Sandra Dyck and Jeffery Thomas.  Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa. (July 10 – September 24, 2000) Catalogue. 

2000 First Nations’ Art 2000. Group exhibition. Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, Ontario. (May 14 – August 31, 2000)

1999 Emergence from the Shadows – First Peoples Photographic Perspectives.  Group exhibition. Curator – Jeffrey Thomas. Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull, Québec. (October 28, 1999 – January 2002)

1999 Tattoo Nation. Group exhibition with Nation to Nation (Montréal, Québec). National touring exhibition.

1998 101 Frames. Gallery 101 Annual Art Auction. Ottawa, Ontario.

1998 First Nations Art 98. Group exhibition. Woodland Cultural Centre, Brantford, Ontario. (May 3 – 31, 1998)

1998 Modern Indians Standing Around at the Post. Solo exhibition. Gallery 101, Ottawa, Ontario. (March 28 – April 25, 1998)

AWARDS

KM Hunter Visual Artist Award

Ontario Association of Art Galleries – Curatorial Writing Award 2012

SELECTED ARTICLES

December 30, 2019. Àbadakone | Feu continuel: embrasser le postcolonialisme, La presse by Éric Clément.

November 16, 2019. Odawa Anishinaabe artist swaps glass beads for resitors and capacitors, CBC Indigenous by Jessica Deer.

November 9, 2019. Àbadakone au MBAC : la flamme des possibilités, CBC Radio Canada ICI Ottawa-Gatineau by Christelle D’Amours.

November 6, 2019. Inspired Gathering: The International Indigenous Art of Àbadakone, National Gallery of Canada’s Gallery Magazine by Leah Snyder.

November 6, 2019. Àbadakone. Continuous Fire. Feu continuel, Wall Street International Magazine.

October 11, 2019. National Gallery: The flame of Indigenous art will burn bright in Àbadakone, artsfile by Peter Robb. 

October 9, 2019. Ottawa artist’s Fluevog piece to be part of National Gallery’s major exhibit of contemporary Indigenous art, Ottawa Citizen by Lynn Saxberg.

September 13, 2019. Contemporary International Indigenous art exhibition opens at Ottawa’s National Gallery. Toronto Star.

August / September 2019. “PUSHING BOUNDARIES Bringing together the historical and the contemporary, Reader’s Digest’s Our Canada publication. 

November 12, 2018. Contemporary Wampum belt by UWindsor artist-in-residence ‘carries a strong message​, CBC Windsor.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

2020 Àbadakone | Feu continuel: embrasser le postcolonialisme. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

2018 Àdisòkàmagan / Nous connaître un peu nous-mêmes / We’ll all become stories. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario.

2018 Always Vessels. Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (Digital Publication)

2018 Contemporary Indigenous Arts in the Classroom. Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (Downloadable PDF)

2017 Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations. Wanuskewin Heritage Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. (Essay PDF)

2017 Insurgence / Resurgence. Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

2017 Canadian Biennial 2017. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

2017 Arc Poetry Magazine 84: “Oh Canada, We Have Issues.” Ottawa, Ontario.(Link)

2017 Every.Now.Then: Reframing Nationhood. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario. (Link to Purchase)

2017 Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin: The Five Great Lakes. Station Gallery, Whitby, Ontario. (Downloadble PDF)

2016 Nayaano-nibiimaang Gichigamiin: The Five Great Lakes. Ojibwe Cultural Foundation. M’Chigeeng, Manitoulin Island, Ontario. (Downloadable PDF)

2016 Mnemonic (Re)Manifestations. Karsh-Masson Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario. (Downloadable PDF)

2015 Native Fashion Now: North American Indian Style. Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts. (Link to Purchase)

2015 Memory Landscape. Museu Nogueira da Silva, Universidade do Minho, Braga, Portugal. (Downloadable PDF)

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