• Arabella Campbell

    Artist
  • Art & Language

    Artist
  • Ben

    Artist
  • Eugene Boudin

    Artist
  • Antoine Bourdelle

    Artist
  • Tom Burrows

    Artist
  • Kenneth Coutts-Smith

    Artist
  • Image Bank

    Artist
  • Ray Johnson

    Artist
  • Ernst Kirchner

    Artist
  • Gary Lee-Nova

    Artist
  • Astride Maillol

    Artist
  • Eric Metcalfe

    Artist
  • Stephen Prina

    Artist
  • Pierre-Paul Prud’hon

    Artist
  • Hubert Robert

    Artist
  • Auguste Rodin

    Artist
  • Ron Terada

    Artist
  • Glenn Toppings

    Artist
  • Vincent Trasov

    Artist

    An important Canadian conceptual artist and a leader in the avant-garde community, Vincent Trasov (b. 1945, Edmonton, AB) is a painter, video and performance artist. His work is often media-based and collaborative in spirit, involved with developing networks. In 1969 he founded Image Bank with Michael Morris, a method for personal exchange of information amongst artists. Trasov has made videotapes since 1971. In 1973, Trasov co-founded and co-directed the Western Front Society, an artist-run centre for the production and presentation of new art activity. Trasov gained international prominence with his performance as Mr. Peanut (in a Planter’s Peanut costume), an official candidate for Mayor of Vancouver in 1974. The Mr. Peanut role was intended as, amongst other things, a commentary about the perceived merging of art and politics. In 1981, he was invited to Berlin with Michael Morris as guest of Berliner Kunstlerprogramm, DAAD. He and Morris founded the Morris/Trasov Archive in 1990, housed at the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery, to research contemporary art and communication. Trasov has had numerous international exhibitions and is represented in public and private collections in both Europe and North America. He presently resides in Berlin and Vancouver.

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  • Ian Wallace

    Artist
  • Keith Wallace, Curator

    Curator
  • Scott Watson, Curator

    Curator