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Marion Nicoll  /  Towards Abstraction
August 1, 1988 - August 28, 1988

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John McEwen  /  Public Work
July 23, 1988 - September 4, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins This exhibition documents the public sculpture of Toronto artist John McEwen through models or manquettes of the actual works, drawings, photographs, and video.
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Stephen Andrews, Betty Woodland, Michael Morris, Hinrich Gauerke, Cherie Moses  /  Position
June 4, 1988 - July 14, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council, The Alberta Art Foundation, The Goethe-Institute, and Air Canada.
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Geoff Gosling, Bart Habermiller, Brian Lichkowski, MacKinnon Glen, Trevor Mercer, Esme Varvis  /  Makers of Metaphor: Six Calgary Sculptors
June 4, 1988 - July 14, 1988

Curator: Mary Beth Until very recently, the production of sculpture in Calgary was limited to a few individuals and was certainly overshadowed by painting activity in that city.
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Dulcie Foo Fat  /  Dance with Minutiae
May 1, 1988 - May 29, 1988

Organized by the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Although a painter of realist landscapes, Dulcie Foo Fat focuses on nature’s minutiae, attracted by the abstract qualities of natural forms at close range.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive and Well in the Schools
May 1, 1988 - May 29, 1988

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with the support and cooperation of Lethbridge School District #51 and Lethbridge Catholic Separate School District #9.
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Paul Woodrow  /  Fire and Water
March 12, 1988 - April 24, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance form the Alberta Art Foundation. The overall detail, compressed space and shifting viewpoints in this work relate to Woodrow’s longstanding interest in oriental art and Persian miniatures.
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Barbara Milne  /  Paintings and Drawings
March 12, 1988 - April 24, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. Drawing on photographs, sketches, and the memory of places visited and recalled, Milne’s ‘landscapes’ are distilled, luminous and mystical terrains of the imagination.
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Ingrid Dinter  /  Passports
March 12, 1988 - April 24, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Ingrid Dinter harnesses the equipment and technology of photography to delineate strange histories and tell odd stories.
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Chick Rice  /  The Invisible Portrait
January 30, 1988 - March 3, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver, with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Chick Rice began her cameraless photographs of plants and “unusual people” in 1980.
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Wendy Knox-Leet  /  Painting
January 30, 1988 - March 6, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Much of Wendy Known-Leet’s recent production has consisted of wall works executed on cooper foil.
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Gordon Ferguson  /  Sense Your Place
January 30, 1988 - March 6, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council and the Alberta Art Foundation.
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Chris Cran  /  Inherent Vice
December 5, 1987 - January 24, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council and the Alberta Art Foundation .
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Gilles Mihalcean  /  Sculpture
December 5, 1987 - January 24, 1988

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance form The Canada Council. Gilles Mihalcean’s sculpture is constructed through the process of assemblage, carefully composed of both found and fabricated elements The juxtaposition of various and diverse components begins to suggest a narrative that is enhanced by the materiality of the assembled parts.
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Greg Murdock  /  Tableaux
October 17, 1987 - November 25, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. Greg Murdock’s paintings, with their ordered, classical compositions and subdued colour range, provide a remarkable contrast to the lush, neo-expressionistic work of many Vancouver contemporaries.
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Lylian Klimek  /  Sculpture
October 17, 1987 - November 25, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. Lylian Klimek’s component- based sculpture recalls archaic structures and primitive forms of architecture.
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Joice Hall  /  Floating
September 5, 1987 - October 11, 1987

Joice Hall Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation and The Canada Council. Joice Hall’s new series of paintings, Floating, was conceived of during a three-month stay at the Banff-Centre’s Leighton Artists Colony in the fall of 1984.
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Marianne Gerlinger  /  Drawings
September 5, 1987 - October 11, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from the Alberta Art Foundation. The recent work of Marianne Gerliner uses the formal language of drawing to explore the relations between victim and oppressor, make and female, the individual and the Self.
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John Chalke  /  Works on Clay
September 5, 1987 - October 11, 1987

Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance form the Alberta Art Foundation. The work of Calgary ceramist John Chalke is handsome and tactile.
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Various Artists  /  Comic Relief
August 8, 1987 - August 30, 1987

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Jane Ash Poitras, Pierre Sioui, Joane Cardinal-Schubert, Edward Poitras  /  Stardusters
July 4, 1987 - August 2, 1987

Organized by Garry Mainprize for the Thunder Bay Art Gallery, with funding support form the Department of Communications and The Canada Council. Jane Ash Poitras, Pierre Sioui, Joane Cardinal-Schubert and Edward Poitras address questions of human existence with sincerity and artistic ingenuity.
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