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Current Exhibitions

 

 

 JONATHAN FORREST - Painter's Prerogative
Reception: Thursday, September 16, 6PM - 8PM
September 16 - October 21
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Art Placement is pleased to present Painter’s Prerogative, an exhibition of works on canvas and paper by Jonathan Forrest. Over the course of nearly four decades, Forrest has established a national reputation for his unique and continuously evolving approach to abstraction. Throughout the breadth of his production, which is paradoxically notable for its variety as well as its cohesiveness, one element remains constant: his passion for the medium of paint.

 

 

 ART NOW 2021
Reception: TBA
September 16 - September 26
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Join us for the 6th edition of the Art Now Fine Art Fair, once again brought to you online and on location.

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

 

 

 LINDSEY REWUSKI - DISPERSIA
Reception: N/A
September 25, 7PM - Midnight
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As part of the 2021 Nuit Blanche outdoor night-time art festival, Art Placement is pleased to host Dispersia by Lindsey Rewuski, a moving image work that will be presented in our front window. Dispersia is an A/V work by media artist Lindsey Rewuski, and is part of Rewuski’s new series of work that explores the artistic potential inherent in "Multi-Sensory Environments" (MSE). An MSE is a dedicated space that is built to offer people with cognitive impairments the opportunity to control a variety of sensory experiences, and are used in institutions like schools or care homes, with the input of specialists. Dispersia was created based on the theory behind MSE environments, with the intention to calm and reduce agitation and anxiety through the use of gentle light, organic movement, and soothing sounds.

 

 

 LORENZO DUPUIS & CLINT HUNKER - Quiet
Reception: TBA
October 23 - December 2
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Art Placement is pleased to present Quiet, a two-person exhibition bringing together the works of Lorenzo Dupuis and Clint Hunker. A calming, understated, and contemplative presence unites Hunker and Dupuis’ work. Though the results of each artist’s efforts in the studio are unique and distinct, their intentions are kindred. A version of this exhibition was first presented at the Humboldt and District Museum & Art Gallery in January 2021.

 

 

 ZACHARI LOGAN - Meditations (Flora)
Reception: TBA
October 23 - December 2
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Art Placement is pleased to work with Zachari Logan to present the exhibition Meditations (Flora). Unveiling a brand new selection of works on paper, the delicate drawings offer dream-like visions of plant life, skilfully rendered by the acclaimed Saskatoon-born artist.

 

 

 REBECCA PEREHUDOFF - Vivid Strokes
Reception: TBA
December 4, 2021 - January 13, 2022
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Art Placement is pleased to present Rebecca Perehudoff’s most recent exhibition, showcasing a selection of new landscapes in acrylic. Her paintings present a variety of subjects: classic prairie skies and rippling shoreline reflections, as well as less conventional views: dense forest treelines that become almost abstract in their all-over patterning, and road signs jarringly juxtaposed against otherwise picturesque scenes. Throughout the collection of new works, the signature elements of Perehudoff’s style—intense colours, strong contrasts, bold gestural strokes, and richly textured surfaces—are on full display.

 

Past Exhibitions

 

 

 GOLDEN HOUR - hosted by BlackFlash Magazine
Reception: Thursday, September 2, 6 - 10 PM
September 1 - 12
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Golden Hour is a thoughtfully curated selection of contemporary artworks that highlight the unique practices of Canadian artists working today. Each participating artist’s practice has been shaped and inspired by the Prairies, inciting an exciting forum for new voices and cross-generational conversations. Through this exhibition, we hope to bring the public closer to their local art community and increase the visibility of the incredible artists that reside there.

 

 

 DONALD BIRD - Paintings & Drawings
Reception: N/A
July 24 - August 26
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Art Placement is pleased to present a collection of recent paintings and drawings on paper by Saskatoon artist, Donald Bird. Featuring a range of his well-known subjects -- wilderness scenes, iconic Canadian wildlife, and dynamic hockey players -- all rendered in his signature style.

 

 

 BUZZZ
Reception: N/A
July 24 - August 26
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Art Placement is pleased to present a summer group show featuring paintings, sculptures, and mixed media works by a selection of gallery artists. High key colour, poppy contrasts, frenetic lines, crisp contours, and quirky shapes make for a high energy, visually stimulating summer group show. Featuring works by Jordan Danchilla, Steph Krawchuk, Brian Newman, Alicia Popoff, Les Potter, Dawna Rose, and Jon Vaughn.

 

 

 NORM DALLIN: HOME and AWAY
Reception: Saturday, July 24, 2PM - 4PM
July 24 - August 26
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Art Placement is pleased to present an exhibition introducing the recent work of senior Saskatoon artist Norm Dallin. Opening July 24th, the exhibition unveils a brand new series of richly coloured and elegantly composed paintings in watercolour and gouache.

 

 

 SUMMER GROUP SHOW
Reception: no reception
June 22 - July 22
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For the start of summer, Art Placement is pleased to present a group show featuring an eclectic mix of colourful works by various gallery artists including Donald Bird, Kathy Bradshaw, Robert Christie, Louise Cook, Reta Cowley, Lorenzo Dupuis, Clay Ellis, Allyson Glenn, Kelly Goerzen, Greg Hardy, Jane Harington, Dorothy Knowles, Rodney Konopaki & Rhonda Neufeld, Sandra Ledingham, and William Perehudoff.

 

 

 SPRING SELECTIONS
Reception: no reception
May 8 - June 19
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Art Placement is pleased to present a spring group show of new arrivals and recent works by gallery artists. Featuring a selection of vibrant, energetic, and richly coloured paintings in a variety of media.

 

 

 ROBERT CHRISTIE - THE RED STUDIO
Reception: by appointment, Saturday, March 27th, 1PM to 4PM
March 27 - May 6
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Art Placement is pleased to present ROBERT CHRISTIE - THE RED STUDIO, a survey exhibition of recent works by the senior Saskatchewan artist, organized by Art Gallery of Swift Current and first presented there from January 9 to February 27, 2021.

 

 

 PHOTOGRAPHY
Reception: N/A
February 13 - March 25
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Opening concurrent with the exhibition, 'Thelma Pepper: Ordinary Women. A Retrospective', at Remai Modern, Art Placement is pleased to present this exhibition of photographic works including a selection of some of Thelma Pepper's most iconic images, alongside recent works by Jennifer Crane and Laura St. Pierre.

 

 

 ERNEST LINDNER: Sketches
Reception: N/A
January 8 - February 11, 2021
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Art Placement presents an exhibition featuring a series of Ernest Lindner sketches that have just arrived at the gallery. Lindner is one of the most important figures in the history of art in Saskatchewan. Presenting a variety of his most iconic subjects, including forest interiors and tree stumps, these coloured sketches demonstrate his incredible skill as a draughtsman, with an energy and looseness befitting the medium. Alongside these works are a collection of prints, also by Lindner, as well as select drawings and paintings by Louise Cook, Reta Cowley, and Clint Hunker, whose styles echo the quality of mark-making in Lindner's sketches.

 

 

 ALLEN SAPP: Early Works
Reception: N/A
January 8 - February 11, 2021
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Art Placement is pleased to present an exhibition highlighting a beautiful selection of early Allen Sapp paintings from a private collection, including several works from 1969, the year of Sapp's landmark debut solo exhibition at the Mendel Art Gallery. Allen Sapp (1928-2015) is one of Saskatchewan's most renowned artists. A visual story-teller who captured scenes of life on his reserve with tremendous sincerity and empathy. His now-iconic paintings have forever recorded a part of the history of the Plains Cree people, a first-hand telling of the colonial narrative from the indigenous perspective. Sapp received numerous awards throughout his life including the Saskatchewan Order of Merit, the Order of Canada, the Saskatchewan Arts Board Lifetime Achievement Award, and induction into the Royal Canadian Academy of Art. As early as 1986, he was recognized at the national level, as a senior artist "whose contributions to the present renaissance of native art and culture will only be measured by history."

 



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