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Work by two of our represented artists, Brendan Tang and Clint Neufeld is currently on display as part of a large exhibition Fait Main/Hand Made at the Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec, QC (June 14-September 3, 2018). More than 40 Canadian artists are included in this exhibition which acts as a sweeping overview of contemporary output in Canada.

“Handicrafts, know-how and folklore come to the fore in contemporary art in this exhibition that dismantles the principles of hierarchy in art. Fait main / Hand Made presents these practices by exploring not only popular art, raw art and Pop Surrealism but also technology.” – MNBAQ website

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Exhibition Dates: July 7 – September 1, 2018

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Physis, 2016, acrylic and oil on canvas, 66 x 66 inches.
Fiona Ackerman, Physis, 2016, acrylic and oil on canvas, 66 x 66 inches.
6 October 2017 - 15:50, by , in Artists Press, Exhibitions & Fairs, Comments off

Exhibition dates: October 13 – November 18, 2017

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Super Supercharger with Turbocharger, ceramic, 25 x 20 x 21 inches.
Super Supercharger with Turbocharger, ceramic, 25 x 20 x 21 inches
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“But cars and clay? Really? It’s not often that the two are thought of in the same sentence.”

Click here for Gil McElroy’s review of Clint Neufeld’s work for the International Sculpture Centre (ISC) Blog.

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Odalisque, 32 x 32 x 44 inches, ceramic, wood and cloth.

“I’ve always been someone who’s worked with my hands, whether it’s been fixing machinery on the family farm or doing renovations. So I always used materials and always felt that materials weren’t really neutral. They had a history and a context.”

Click here for an interview with Clint Neufeld for Canadian Art Magazine, written by Leah Sandals, discussing Neufeld’s lounging ceramic engines.

 

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