Republic Gallery

ANTONIA HIRSCH's solo exhibition Negative Space, at Gallery TPW in Toronto, was reviewed by Karina Irvine for Canadian Art. Read the review here.

LYSE LEMIEUX's recent exhibition Black is the size of my new skirt, was reviewed by Kevin Griffith for The Vancouver Sun. Read the review here.

CAROL SAWYER's seven short video segments, collectively titled Wood Work are included in an upcoming show at the Nanaimo Art Gallery titled Silva Part II: Booming Grounds, curated by Jesse Birch. The videos will be seen inserted into the flow of advertising on the large outdoor screens in the adjacent plaza. The exhibition runs November 21, 2015 to February 13, 2016.

CAROL SAWYER's solo exhibition The Natalie Brettschneider Archive, curated by Heather Anderson, will show at Carleton University Art Gallery January 18 to April 19, 2016. Details here.

ANTONIA HIRSCH will present Negative Space at Gallery TPW in Toronto, Ontario. The exhibition runs October 17th through November 14th with an opening reception and performance taking place on Saturday, October 17 from 2 - 5pm. An artist talk with Melanie O'Brien follows on October 22 at 7:30pm.

HOLLY WARD is participating in Urban Imagination: Art and Urban Development, a conference at the Western Front October 2-3, 2015.

ANDREA PINHEIRO discusses the relationship between photography, painting and print, and shares a collection of work commissioned for issue 32.3 of Blackflash magazine here.

MARIAN PENNER BANCROFT took part in the group exhibition Melancholy Bay at the Morriss and Helen Belkin Gallery in Vancouver. Lee Plested reviews the exhibition for Momus here.

ANTONIA HIRSCH will be participating in the group show The As-If Principle: about aesthetic maneuvers and categories as ideological constructs at Magazin4 Bregenzer Kunstverein in Bregenz, Austria. The exhibition will run September 4 to November 22, 2015. Details here.

ANDREA PINHEIRO will be participating in the group exhibition Camera Atomica. Camera Atomica addresses pressing issues in the post-war era – nuclear weapons proliferation, toxic waste disposal and climate change – as they are represented in photography. The exhibition opens July 8th, running until November 15th.