Site Unseen, VAG
It’s All Happening so Fast Canadian Centre for Architecture
Through 9 April 2017
It‘s All Happening So Fast, A Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment
(Exhibition, Main galleries)
In an age of unprecedented human impact on the planet, certain countries stand out for their privileged positions and the complexity of their relationships with the land. Stories about Canada closely follow the discovery and appropriation of vast and varied natural resources as well as changing ideas of the proper relationship between people and their environment.
Curated by Mirko Zardini, and Louise Désy from the Curatorial team
With: Ian Wallace, Douglas Copeland, William Notman, Robert DelTredici, Robert Burley, among others
Lorraine Gilbert, left top : Burn, Silver Gelatin prints, Diptich, Invermere, BC, 1992,
Left bottom: Lisa on the Block, Silver Gelatin prints, Diptich, Invermere, BC, 1993,
Right: Pastoral landscape photographs by Alexander Henderson, 1831-1913, Scottish Photographer living in Montreal.
Jusqu’au 9 avril 2017
Le temps presse, une contre-histoire environnementale du Canada moderne
(Exposition, Salles principales)
À une époque où l’empreinte de l’homme sur la planète atteint un niveau inégalé, certains pays se distinguent par leur situation enviable et la complexité de leur relation au territoire. Les histoires entourant le Canada sont intimement liées à la découverte et à l’appropriation de ressources naturelles à la fois importantes et diversifiées, ainsi qu’à des points de vue changeants sur la relation entre les gens et leur environnement.
À travers des études de cas tirées des cinq dernières décennies d’intervention humaine dans le paysage canadien, Le temps presse explore les visions souvent conflictuelles et contradictoires que le Canada entretient avec ce que nous appelons l’« environnement naturel ».
Commissaire : Mirko Zardini, et Louise Désy, de l’ Équipe curatoriale
Avec: Ian Wallace, Douglas Copeland, William Notman, Robert DelTredici, Robert Burley, entre autres
Storefront photographs from the past 100 years.
Flora & Fauna
Flora and Fauna: 400 Years of Artists Inspired by Nature
At the National Gallery of Canada
Flora and Fauna looks at how painters, printmakers, photographers, sculptors and craftspeople have been inspired by nature over the centuries. This is an exceptionally varied installation in terms of medium, scale and style. It includes drawings, prints, paintings, photographs, sculptures and ceramic works, ranging from the quiet and contemplative to the bold and the audacious. All the works except four are drawn from the collections of the National Gallery. Many great Canadian and international artists are represented, including Lorraine Gilbert, Aganetha and Richard Dyck, Geoffrey James, Bertram Brooker, David Milne, Lucian Freud, M.C. Escher, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frederick Evans, Camille Corot, and Rembrandt.
(from the NGC press release)
Flora and Fauna in the Byward Market As of June, works by the renowned Ottawa-based landscape photographer and artist Lorraine Gilbert will be featured in the Byward Market. Her large format digital photographs, created through skilful montages of hundreds of images captured over several months, will be shown in the Beaux-Arts Court, at the corner of St. Patrick and Sussex between St. Patrick and Murray, and the Tin House Court, between Murray and Clarence.
Vancouver Art Gallery
The Tree: From the Sublime to the Social
Febuary 2nd to April 20th 2008
Exhibition Tour Itinery
Kamloops Art Gallery, June 7th to September 6th 2009
Evergreen Cultural Center, October 23rd to November 28th 2009
Kelowna Art Gallery, July 24th to September 26th 2010
McMichael Canadian Art Collection, January to May 2012
Sharing an interest in the life of trees, and in their value as channels for the flow of visible and hidden energies, Lorraine Gilbert and Christopher Varady-Szabo present a collaboration where photographs of trees and tree-inspired photo-drawings inhabit the gallery and sometimes dialogue in the same pictorial space.
11 January – 7 April 2013
La Galerie d’art d’Ottawa, 2013, commissaire Catherine Sinclair
Interventions/Natural Motif: Lorraine Gilbert and Natasha Mazurka | Interventions/Sur le motif. Lorraine Gilbert et Natasha Mazurka
Both Lorraine Gilbert and Natasha Mazurka are contemporary local artists who engage with the landscape in a critical way, the former through photography and the latter through painting. They have been invited to choose works from the Firestone Collection of Canadian Art through which to draw inspiration for their own newly created work which will be displayed in a two-person exhibition.