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Upcoming Exhibitions

A grid of square photographs depicting different coloured sands and soils

Rana Nazzal Hamadeh: 1/1000th of a Dunam

Spring 2021
Student Gallery

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A person throwing a lasso with a tall hat and a fringed jacket stands next to a low-rider bicycle in front of a turquoise background.

Scotiabank Photography Award: Dana Claxton

Spring 2021
Curator: Gaëlle Morel
Main Gallery

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From Here to Eternity. Sunil Gupta, A Retrospective

Fall 2021
Guest Curator: Mark Sealy
Main Gallery

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Young people carrying flags ride on top of a car in Prague.

Stories from the Picture Press: Black Star Publishing Co. & The Canadian Press

Dates to be announced
Main Gallery
Curators: Paul Roth, Gaëlle Morel and Rachel Verbin

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A black and white photo of a backlit minor working underground.

Louie Palu: Cage Call

Dates to be announced
University Gallery
Curator: Gaëlle Morel

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Dominique Blain: Dérive/Drift

Dates to be announced
Salah J. Bachir New Media Wall
Guest Curator: Catherine Bédard

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Rana Nazzal Hamadeh, Instants (detail), 2020, vinyl. Courtesy of the artist

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Dana Claxton, Lasso, 2018, LED firebox with transmounted lightjet duratrans. Courtesy of the artist. Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery

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Sunil Gupta, Untitled #22, from the series Christopher Street, New York 1976, 1976 (printed 2014), inkjet print © Sunil Gupta. Courtesy of the artist and Hales Gallery, London and New York; Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto; and Vadehra Art Gallery, New Delhi

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Hilmar Pabel, [Prague], 1968, gelatin silver print. The Black Star Collection, Ryerson Image Centre

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Louie Palu, Completion of drilling a breast in a shrinkage stope, 700 foot level, Cheminis Gold Mine, Larder Lake, Ontario, from the series Cage Call, 1996 (printed 2005), gelatin silver print © Louie Palu, courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery

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Dominique Blain, Dérive/Drift (still), 2019, silent video installation. Courtesy of the artist