Four new Canadian exhibitions were welcomed to the Saskatoon Mendel Art Gallery during the opening reception on June 27.
Autumn is a period of changes, many of them beautiful and even artistic. It’s also a time when the Mendel Art Gallery brings in a new lot of exhibits for the fall season, all of which are on display now and will run until Jan. 5, 2014.
Altered States, an ongoing exhibition at the Mendel Art Gallery, is a collaboration between mentor Iris Hauser and her student Cate Francis
Bill Burns is known for work with themes of nature and mankind, as in his exhibit Safety Gear for Small Animals. His new exhibit, Bird Radio and the Eames Chair Lounge, now open at the Mendel Art Gallery, is no exception.
Saskatoon art lovers have plenty to see in two new exhibitions that opened this past week. Wing Yee Tong's show Homework is showing at the Snelgrove, and Vancouver-based artist Jayce Salloum's history of the present is at the Mendel. Obvious headlines aside, both exhibitions present the artist as archivist, collector and hoarder of the objects, images,
LUGO, the Mendel Art Gallery's annual art showcase features every possible facet of the art world. Suitably accompanied with copious amounts of booze, this year's showcase included poets, filmmakers, dancers, performers and anything else you could possibly imagine.