East Wind / West WindSeptember 24th, 2017 to January 7th, 2018 “East Wind” is a mural by Maria Hupfield that depicts Tom Thomson’s “West Wind” in reverse and in which, a silhouette of Hupfield has been inserted into the composition. Thomson’s “West Wind” will be presented opposite of Hupfield’s “East Wind.” This work explores issues around the idea of nationhood, as well as addressing ... Read More
Betwixt & Between: An Untold Tom Thomson Story
After its initial 4 month run at the TOM in 2017, the exhibition will be presented at the Confederation Art Centre (PEI), the Reach (BC), the Art Gallery of Grimsby and the Robert McLaughlin Art Gallery (ON)
Given the character of our strong collection rooted in Canadian landscape painting, combined with Thomson’s legacy of artistic innovation, our exhibitions have often explored contemporary interpretations of the natural environment, addressing relationship between evolving culture and new perceptions of “landscape” and “environment.” Explore the archive of the Tom Thomson Art Gallery’s past exhibitions dating back to…
The Gallery produces exhibitions of contemporary artists based on curatorial research and thematic development around themes that explore Tom Thomson and his work or works that push conceptual or material boundaries that expand our understanding of land and identity. The Gallery does not actively solicit exhibition proposals and we are currently programmed into 2020. However, we very much welcome submissions from artists whose work might be considered for inclusion in future exhibition programming, for off-site Available Space Art Projects, or inclusion in the Gallery Shop.
For further information, please contact Christian Bernard Singer, Senior Curator at firstname.lastname@example.org. We prefer receiving a PDF document that includes statement, cv, images and relevant press. Packages sent by mail will not be returned.