Art Gallery of Ontario in Conversation with Michael Belmore on his work in the AGO collection “Edifice” (2019) and “Breadth”(2014).
Robert Houle’s provocative work, “Aboriginal Title”, featured in current hanging of works from the Art Gallery of Hamiliton’s permanent collection.
“Early Days: Indigenous Art at the McMichael” looks at the institution’s collection of Indigenous art including Robert Houle & Norval Morrisseau.
Just in time for their opening, the NGC’s Gallery magazine feature Q&A with Michael Belmore on “Lost Bridal Veil Falls.”
Robert Houle’s work “Premises for Self-Rule: Constitution Act” featured in the Art Gallery of Ontario’s online Teacher Resource series.
Robert Houle’s work “The Pines” featured in the Art Gallery of Ontario’s online Teacher Resource series.
The AGO launches a digital Teacher Resource that will include “Indigenous artists in the AGO Collection” starting with Barry Ace.
In a recent article of the NGC’s Magazine Becky Rynor, an Ottawa based journalist, sits down Jane.
Last week, CBC Indigenous correspondent Jessica Deer interviewed Barry Ace on his newest exhibition –mazinigwaaso / to bead something Barry Ace: Bandolier Bags as Cultural Conduit – on now at Concordia University’s FOFA Gallery until December 12 . From the CBC: It marks Ace’s first solo exhibition in Montreal, and features 14 works based on bandolier […]
They look to the past but also imply a future moment where an individual may step into the work to inhabit the space as an activating presence. The designer Fluevog “Swordfish” footwear was gifted to Ace by Anishinaabe artist Michael Belmore. This exchange, along with the decision to alter contemporary shoes, “demonstrates cultural continuity and a resistance to cultural stasis or erasure,” Ace shared. Nigik Makizinan – Otter Moccasins leaves an indelible imprint on the present.