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  • Marigold Santos / binhi at buhol (viewing room)

    Marigold Santos / binhi at buhol January 29 - March 13, 2021 Jarvis Hall Gallery is delighted to present binhi at buhol, a new body of work by Filipinx-Canadian artist Marigold Santos. The exhibition’s title is written in Tagalog/Filipino, offering an access point rooted in language, a foundational aspect of identity that Santos is reclaiming…
  • up front w / Yvonne Mullock (viewing room)

    DARK HORSE is a multifaceted body of work that uses iconic symbols synonymous with cowboy culture – the stetson hat and horse as tropes to explore Calgary’s long and entwined history of ranching and the city’s historic annual Stampede event.

  • Larissa Tiggelers / double-bodied (viewing room)

    Larissa Tiggelers / double-bodied November 20 - January 16, 2021 The paintings in double-bodied expand on the unwavering concerns of Tiggelers’ practice. Like her previous work, this new series is deceptively formal, but its seemingly smooth, care-filled surfaces uproot painting’s traditional affinity to gestural authorship. Historically, a painter’s prowess relied on how they wielded their brush…
  • Art/TO 2020 (viewing room)

    Art/TO 2020 / MAIN October 28 - November 8, 2020 Jarvis Hall Gallery is thrilled to be participating in the new hybrid model of Art Toronto. Art/TO 2020 will truly be Canada’s art fair. This year will feature a strong online presence including virtual exhibitions, curated collections, artists talks, tours & much more. This will…
  • Anniversary Exhibition / 10 Years Later (viewing room)

    Anniversary Exhibition / 10 Years Later September 18 - October 9, 2020   Jarvis Hall Gallery (JHG) is turning 10 and are marking the occasion with a new exhibition to celebrate this milestone. 10 Years Later features the work of twenty artists ranging from established to mid-career and emerging who are actively shaping the landscape of…
  • Bill Rodgers / A Separate and Pleasant View (viewing room)

    Bill Rodgers / A Separate and Pleasant View March 6 - April 10, 2020   A Separate and Pleasant View is a series of works that explores aspects of the looking glass. More specifically, it considers the nature of reflection as image or an aid to image or object. The social history of private reflection,…
  • John Will / Greed’l Get You (viewing room)

    Greed’l Get You, a new exhibition of text-based work by Calgary artist John Will, continues an investigation into his fascination with his own origins in the world as an individual and an artist. Will is known as a trickster but it is beneath this dimension of his work that the viewer finds the depth of the message in his pictorial epistles.

  • Mark Dicey / Rhythm Section (viewing room)

    Mark Dicey / Rhythm Section May 7 - June 27   Rhythm Section, a new exhibition of paintings by Calgary artist Mark Dicey explores the artist’s continued interest in abstraction and rhythms of everyday life. Having begun his dedicated studio and painting practice after graduating from the Alberta College of Art and Design, Dicey has…
  • Kablusiak / Akunnirun Kuupak

    Kablusiak / Akunnirun Kuupak 30 January – February 29, 2020 This exhibition of photographs quintessentially shows Kablusiaks use of humour as a coping mechanism to address cultural displacement. Kablusiak is an Inuvialuk artist and curator based in Mohkinstsis and holds a BFA in Drawing from the Alberta University of the Arts.  Awards include the Alberta…
  • soft bodied oddities / Laura Findlay & Corri-Lynn Tetz

    soft bodied oddities / Laura Findlay & Corri-Lynn Tetz 22 November - 18 January, 2020 Featuring powerful new work by Laura Findlay & Corri-Lynn Tetz in the exhibition Soft Bodied Oddities. Findlay & Tetz each begin their process for the painted image form a different point of departure. Broadly, the exhibition explores the theme of…