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Ruins in Process: Vancouver Art in the Sixties
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Agnes Martin and Emily Carr
The Innocence of Trees

A small but choice selection of the works of two of the twentieth century’s greatest painters—both women, both raised in B.C. Carr became an expressionist, painting the wild forest and sky. Martin became a minimalist, painting highly refined variations on her intimations of divine order on nature. Guest curated by David Bellman.

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Robert Filliou
From Political to Poetical Economy

A joint production of the Western Front and the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery. This project involves the production of a laser disc exhibition edition of three hours of Robert Filliou’s Canadian video work (edition of 20); a publication (edition of 1000); and an exhibition at the gallery. Co-curated by Hank Bull, Sharla Sava and Scott Watson with Rob Kozinuk.

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Rodney Graham

The exhibition features Graham’s massive installation piece The School of Velocity, a twenty-four hour musical composition that plays on a Yamaha Disklavier. A poster announcing the performances was produced as a limited edition print as a fund-raiser for the gallery.

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Seeing in Tongues
A Narrative of Language and Visual Arts in Quebec / Le Bout de la Langue: Les Arts Visuels et la Langue au Quebec

Gilbert Boyer, Geneviéve Cadieux, Martha Fleming and Lyne Lapoint, Raymond Gervais, André Martin, Rober Racine, Louise Robert, Barbara Steinman, Louise Viger

The exhibition is about how questions of identity are posed within or against a nationalist agenda.

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Capitalizing the Scenery
Landscape, Leisure and Tourism in British Columbia 1880 - 1950

This student-organized exhibition examines the interconnectedness of landscape painting and tourist imagery in British Columbia from the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1880s to the introduction of “The Canadian”, a transcontinental passenger train, in the 1950s.

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Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun

The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery at U.B.C. opens on June 20 with an exhibition of work by Salish artist, Yuxweluptun, gathering together his paintings and drawings from collections in the United States, Germany, Canada and Switzerland. As well, the exhibition will feature his virtual reality project made at the Banff Centre for the Arts in 1992. Guest curated by Charlotte Townsend-Gault.

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