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Nikola Rukaj Gallery (est. 1984)
AT THE GALLERY ... more
AT THE GALLERY –
April 2017:
Recent and fresh-to-market works by Richard Diebenkorn, Alex Katz, Malcolm Liepke, William Perehudoff & Pat Service.
And introducing Juan Meija. The sculptures shown here furnish valuable elements of minimalist connotation. On the emphases of securing a compositional balance, we find the limits of the pictorial language and the architectonic design. After the research in "Origami", with the totems and folded pieces in iron, utilizing paper in "Light Boxes" first and a sheet of poly vinyl in "Subtle Spaces", cuts and folds are implemented to cause alternating light and shadow effects, defining immaterial spaces that are always marked by the rigor of order and geometry. These pieces are polymorphic structures that are originated from intentional lines, accents, rhythms and games of full and empty spaces on the original flat surface. They then become three-dimensional sculptural objects of grand finesse ... more
Recent and fresh-to-market works by Richard Diebenkorn, Alex Katz, Malcolm Liepke, William Perehudoff & Pat Service.

And introducing Juan Meija.
The sculptures shown here furnish valuable elements of minimalist connotation. On the emphases of securing a compositional balance, we find the limits of the pictorial language and the architectonic design. After the research in "Origami", with the totems and folded pieces in iron, utilizing paper in "Light Boxes" first and a sheet of poly vinyl in "Subtle Spaces", cuts and folds are implemented to cause alternating light and shadow effects, defining immaterial spaces that are always marked by the rigor of order and geometry.
These pieces are polymorphic structures that are originated from intentional lines, accents, rhythms and games of full and empty spaces on the original flat surface. They then become three-dimensional sculptural objects of grand finesse.
May 2017:
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Daniella Zalcman: Signs of Your Identity. In the 1840s, the Canadian government created a network of Indian Residential Schools that were meant to assimilate young indigenous students into western Canadian culture. Indian agents would take children as young as two or three from their homes and send them to church-run boarding schools where they were punished for speaking their native languages or observing any indigenous traditions, routinely sexually and physically assaulted, and in some extreme instances subjected to medical experimentation and sterilization. The last residential school closed in 1996. The Canadian government issued its first formal apology in 2008. These multiple-exposure portraits show survivors who are still fighting to overcome the memories of their residential school experiences. These individuals are reflected in the sites where those schools once stood, in the government documents that enforced strategic assimilation, in the places where today, First Nations people now struggle to access services that should be available to all Canadians. These are the echoes of trauma that remain even as the healing process begins ... more
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Daniella Zalcman: Signs of Your Identity.
In the 1840s, the Canadian government created a network of Indian Residential Schools that were meant to assimilate young indigenous students into western Canadian culture. Indian agents would take children as young as two or three from their homes and send them to church-run boarding schools where they were punished for speaking their native languages or observing any indigenous traditions, routinely sexually and physically assaulted, and in some extreme instances subjected to medical experimentation and sterilization.
The last residential school closed in 1996. The Canadian government issued its first formal apology in 2008.
These multiple-exposure portraits show survivors who are still fighting to overcome the memories of their residential school experiences. These individuals are reflected in the sites where those schools once stood, in the government documents that enforced strategic assimilation, in the places where today, First Nations people now struggle to access services that should be available to all Canadians. These are the echoes of trauma that remain even as the healing process begins.
Specializing in the purchase and sale of American and European paintings, works on paper, sculpture, photography, and master prints ... more
Specializing in the purchase and sale of American and European paintings, works on paper, sculpture, photography, and master prints.
Works by Joseph Albers, Milton Avery, Francis Bacon, Pierre Bonnard, Georges Braque, Jack Bush, Alexander Calder, Nicolas Carone, Mary Cassatt, Giorgio Cavallon, Paul Cézanne, Marc Chagall, Eduardo Chillida, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Christo, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Edgar Degas, Sonia Delaunay, Joseph Drapell, Jean Dubuffet, Raoul Dufy, Friedel Dzubas, Helen Frankenthaler, Alberto Giacometti, Hans Hartung, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Hans Hofmann, Robin Horsch, Alex Katz, Rainer Lagemann, Fernand Léger, Malcolm Liepke, Robert Longo, Aristide Maillol, Robert Mangold, Conrad Marca-Relli, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Russell Monk, Claes Oldenburg, William Perehudoff, Pablo Picasso, Eberhard Ross, Jerry Schatzberg, Julian Schnabel, David Shapiro, Aaron Siskind, Frank Stella, Donald Sultan, Luis Tomasello, Van Dongen, Christine Vaillancourt, Jacques Villon, Andy Warhol ... more
Works by Joseph Albers, Milton Avery, Francis Bacon, Pierre Bonnard, Georges Braque, Jack Bush, Alexander Calder, Nicolas Carone, Mary Cassatt, Giorgio Cavallon, Paul Cézanne, Marc Chagall, Eduardo Chillida, Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, Christo, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Edgar Degas, Sonia Delaunay, Joseph Drapell, Jean Dubuffet, Raoul Dufy, Friedel Dzubas, Helen Frankenthaler, Alberto Giacometti, Hans Hartung, David Hockney, Howard Hodgkin, Hans Hofmann, Robin Horsch, Alex Katz, Rainer Lagemann, Fernand Léger, Malcolm Liepke, Robert Longo, Aristide Maillol, Robert Mangold, Conrad Marca-Relli, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Russell Monk, Claes Oldenburg, William Perehudoff, Pablo Picasso, Eberhard Ross, Jerry Schatzberg, Julian Schnabel, David Shapiro, Aaron Siskind, Frank Stella, Donald Sultan, Luis Tomasello, Van Dongen, Christine Vaillancourt, Jacques Villon, Andy Warhol.
Member of ADAC ... more
Member of ADAC (Art Dealers Association of Canada).