June 18, 2022 - October 16, 2022 Organized by McMichael Canadian Art Collection
One of Canada’s most beloved folk artists, Maud Lewis (1903—1970) was famous in her lifetime for her brightly coloured and endearing paintings of rural Nova Scotia. This show highlights Maud Lewis’s achievement, looking carefully at her serial repetition of images and motifs across her career. From her black cats and kittens, to her cart horses and oxen hauling logs, to her quayside scenes of ships in port and the Maritime landscape in all seasons, Maud Lewis made paintings that delight in their optimism and buoyant vitality.
June 11, 2022 - November 20, 2022 Curated by Jaimie Isaac, Chief Curator
A show of visual bravura, this group exhibition presents ways and wills to be adorned and embellished with cultural traditions and a forecast of futurisms.
April 2, 2022 - September 25, 2022 Curated by Nicole Stanbridge, Heng Wu, and Mel Granley
Reverberations aims to bring fresh eyes and minds to reflect on works from AGGV’s permanent collection through an intergenerational, cross-disciplinary and cross cultural project. Artists, makers, and creators were invited to select works from our collection that they felt a resonance to and in turn share their own work bringing into conversation a diverse range of expressions.
Graham GalleryJuly 17, 2021 - September 6, 2022 Co-curated by Mel Granley and Nicole Stanbridge
Emily Carr: Seeing and Being Seen is split into two sections. Half the gallery showing how she documented what was around her, highlighting many of the works she is praised and admired for today. The other half focusing on how artists and historians of various backgrounds and worldviews have, and continue to react to, and interpret her legacy and body of work.