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Crossing Borders: Postcommodity “A Very Long Line”

Michelle Lazo writes in Luma Quarterly on Postcommodity’s A Very Long Line.

» Luma Quarterly

Mary Anne Barkhouse: Animals in the Parlour

Jennifer David writes on the work of Mary Anne Barkhouse and the exhibition Le rêve aux loups.

» National Gallery of Canada

ART SEEN: Unique funding model allows Esker Foundation to focus on showing art

Vancouver based arts writer Kevin Griffin visits Calgary and the Esker Foundation.

» Vancouver Sun

Press Release: Fall Exhibitions Open

“Esker Foundation presents the first solo exhibition in Alberta and major survey of work by Kwakiutl Artist Mary Anne Barkhouse, and the Canadian Premiere of  A Very Long Line by arts collective Postcommodity”

» Press Release: Fall Exhibitions Open at Esker

Jason de Haan Reviewed

Jason de Haan’s staggering mid-career retrospective at Esker Foundationtitled Oh for eyes! At night we dream of eyes!..” – Lindsay Sorell reviews Jason de Haan for Akimbo.
» Akimbo

‘Time and Time and Again’ – Best film to see this August!

Courtesy of the Esker Foundation, a rather obscure, yet fascinating Icelandic film will be screening at their Inglewood location on August 25.”

» Beatroute Magazine

Crossovers: “Earthlings”

Nancy Tousley reviews Earthlings in the May 2017 issue of Border Crossings magazine.

» Border Crossings

Jason de Haan’s Time Capsule

Katherine Ylitalo writes a beautiful review of Jason de Haan’s Oh for eyes! At night I dream of eyes! for Galleries West.

» Galleries West

Esker Foundation thrives in art, architecture and views

Gurman Sahota and Mariah Wilson visit the Esker Foundation in this photo essay for the University of Calgary’s The Gauntlet.

» The Gauntlet

Calgary artist Jason de Haan explores invisible forces of the living, the dead, and the fossilized

Jason de Haan is interviewed for the Calgary Herald prior to the opening of his exhibition Oh for eyes! At night I dream of eyes!

» Calgary Herald