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Ontario East
Peterborough & Area
250 Crescent Street, Peterborough ON K9J 2G1
hours: Tues-Sun 11-5. Closed statutory holidays, except Canada Day, July 1. Wheelchair accessible.
admission: FREE.
T: 705 743 9179
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gallery@agp.on.ca
www.agp.on.ca
Jul 1-Sep 24, 2017:
Charles Pachter: Of Moose and Monarchs.
Also on exhibit: Jeffrey Macklin: Everything is Fleeting.
Aidan Urquhart: New Canadian Cabins.

33rd Annual Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour: Selections ... more
Charles Pachter: Of Moose and Monarchs.
Also on exhibit: Jeffrey Macklin: Everything is Fleeting, Aidan Urquhart: New Canadian Cabins, and 33rd Annual Kawartha Autumn Studio Tour: Selections.
Sep 30, 2017 - Jan 7, 2018:
Brenda Francis Pelkey: A Retrospective. Curated by Catharine Mastin, PhD. Organized & circulated by the Art Gallery of Windsor. This retrospective exhibition features the work of Brenda Francis Pelkey, known for her contributions to contemporary photography since the 1980s. A career-first, the retrospective considers Francis Pelkey's practice over nearly four decades commencing with her early black-and-white industrial subjects and continuing to her present work in Windsor, Ontario.
Pushing It: Becky Welter-Nolan. Pushing It is a performative project featuring a roughly 200-lb quilted soft-sculpture "boulder" pushed uphill in true Sisyphean style. The sculpture entitled Rocky III takes a cushiony, enticing and unwieldy form that visitors are welcome to collapse gently into while it is installed in the Gallery. Documentation of recent performances in Halifax, NS will also be exhibited. Testing the body and space through physical exertion, tension, and force, the work critiques labour and the narrative of success, and navigates between endurance and futility.
Also on view: Public | Private: From the Permanent Collection. Featuring works by Anne Meredith Barry, Sheila Butler, Brian Kipping, Hugh Mackenzie, Waltraud Markgraf, Tony Urquhart and William Vazan ... more
Brenda Francis Pelkey: A Retrospective. Curated by Catharine Mastin, PhD. Organized & circulated by the Art Gallery of Windsor. This retrospective exhibition features the work of Brenda Francis Pelkey, known for her contributions to contemporary photography since the 1980s. A career-first, the retrospective considers Francis Pelkey's practice over nearly four decades commencing with her early black-and-white industrial subjects and continuing to her present work in Windsor, Ontario.

Pushing It
: Becky Welter-Nolan. Pushing It is a performative project featuring a roughly 200-lb quilted soft-sculpture "boulder" pushed uphill in true Sisyphean style. The sculpture entitled Rocky III takes a cushiony, enticing and unwieldy form that visitors are welcome to collapse gently into while it is installed in the Gallery. Documentation of recent performances in Halifax, NS will also be exhibited. Testing the body and space through physical exertion, tension, and force, the work critiques labour and the narrative of success, and navigates between endurance and futility.

Also on view
: Public | Private: From the Permanent Collection. Featuring works by Anne Meredith Barry, Sheila Butler, Brian Kipping, Hugh Mackenzie, Waltraud Markgraf, Tony Urquhart and William Vazan.
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