Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun merges personal experiences with a political perspective, resulting in vivid works combining Indigenous iconography with Surrealism. His solo exhibition on view at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia spans the artist’s 30-year career and features more than 60 drawings, paintings, clips of performance art, and a virtual-reality installation, including several works on loan from the national collection.
In May 2015, Angela Grauerholz won the Scotiabank Photography Award for a body of work she has been building since the 1980s. To celebrate her achievements, Scotiabank Photography Award: Angela Grauerholz is currently on view in the Ryerson Image Centre’s Main Gallery in Toronto. The show is also one of the key exhibitions in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
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