YEHOUDA CHAKI FEATURED IN HOME IN CANADA, 04.19
In honour of his 80th year, Chaki is featured in an eight-page spread article in the Spring issue of Home In Canada magazine that illustrates his life and work.
“Chaki is renowned not only for his large, colourful still lifes, full of energy and generous use of impasto, but also his many installations throughout the years across Canada. He’s widely recognized as one of this country’s most important painters.” - Written by Sharon Azrieli
PENDULUM GALLERY POP-UP
Gallery Jones is pleased to announce Land, Sea & Sky, a pop-up exhibition at the Pendulum Gallery at 885 West Georgia Street (lobby of the HSBC building), Vancouver from March 11–29, 2019. The show presents work by four of Canada’s most celebrated landscape artists from around the country: Yehouda Chaki, Greg Hardy, Ross Penhall and Danny Singer.
YEHOUDA CHAKI: THE RIVER FLOWS
Exhibition dates: March 1 – April 7, 2018
“The sweeping landscapes of the exhibition reveal Chaki’s masterful use of colour, and his ability to capture the natural world without quelling its potential. Brightly embellished with sensory information, Chaki’s works speak of a subjective experience of the natural world that connects to the deepest self.”
SEATTLE ART FAIR 2018
Gallery Jones is pleased to be participating in the Seattle Art Fair from August 2–6, 2018. We will be exhibiting work by our artists Fiona Ackerman, Pierre Coupey, Yehouda Chaki, Bradley Harms, Cole Morgan, Enn Erisalu, Ross Penhall, Markus Schaller and Brad Howe. Please find us at booth K03.
YEHOUDA CHAKI RECOGNIZED BY THE CJA, 03.17
In 2017, Yehouda Chaki was featured on amongst 100 Jews who played an important role in Quebec history, culture, and society. He is featured on the the Federation CJA’s 2017 website.
CHAKI FEATURED IN VIE DES ARTS, 06.16
Yehouda Chaki’s show in June, 2016 in Montréal has been reviewed for Vie des Arts by Dorota Kozinska. She says about his work: “This is art for the soul and for the eye. And for those who love paint and canvas, this exhibition should satisfy in every sense.”
YEHOUDA CHAKI CELEBRATED, 07.16
A recent article claims that Chaki “embodies the spirit of Montréal”, published in The Canadian Jewish News and written by Heather Solomon. In the article the artist speaks to his personal history and his artistic influences.