Archived Exhibitions

Yvonne Kustec: The Garden

In a street-level window gallery space, which has a pale pink painted floor and walls, a life-size pink ceramic female figure stands on a low circular plinth that is covered in white and red fake fur. On the floor around the figure are several dark green and blue snakes. The body and head of the figure is covered in clay forms of flowers and leaves, the figure has long pink hair that almost reaches the floor. The hands are holding pink hair strands which have snake heads. On the wall behind the figure are several yellow ochre, orange and pink ceramic flower heads.]

February 8 - June 6, 2021

Within The Garden a human figure transforms into a dense landscape, overrun by flora and fauna. Drawing on the long history of floral work in clay, Kustec works to honour both the tradition of the craft and the delicacy and resiliency of nature through recreating its intricacies. Her…

Liz Magor: One Bedroom Apartment

September 26 - December 5, 2020

As one of Canada’s most important artists, Liz Magor has been producing a broad spectrum of sculptural objects, installations, and photography since the mid-1970s. She is best known for sculptures made from both found and cast objects that quietly, yet intensely pull our focus to the things that…

Samuel Roy-Bois: Presences

September 26 - December 5, 2020

Samuel Roy-Bois’ practice is concerned with the conceptual and material definition of space and the ways the built environment and manufactured things contribute to our understanding of the world. Through sculpture, site-specific installation, and photography, Roy-Bois examines relational networks…

Jon Sasaki: Killing One Bird With Half A Stone

September 26 - December 5, 2020

Jon Sasaki’s multidisciplinary practice delves into the potentially generative outcomes of failure and futility. Killing One Bird with Half a Stone centres around a selection of the artist’s videos from the past decade that depict the artist as a solitary protagonist who persistently,…

Katie Ohe

January 25 - August 29, 2020

Esker Foundation presented an in-depth look at Katie Ohe’s sculptural practice and her unparalleled approach to material, form, space, and movement. This exhibition brought together sculptural work spanning six decades of Ohe’s remarkable career, marking the largest and most comprehensive solo…

Kasia Sosnowski: SNEEK-E-PEEP’N

August 17, 2020 - January 31, 2021

By turns playful, melancholic, and surreal, Kasia Sosnowski’s ceramic sculptures visually articulate the bodily experience of emotion — unease, anticipation, euphoria. In her new installation, SNEEK-E-PEEP’N, Sosnowski evokes the simultaneous anxiety and frisson of an accidental or…

Anna Gustafson: Object Lessons

February 3 - August 9, 2020

Project Space

As we deplete the earth’s resources to manufacture and power consumer products, we destroy ecosystems. When such objects are deemed obsolete, these pieces of our contemporary material culture are consigned to landfills and further continue the sequence of ecological devastation. In response to the…

Jeffrey Gibson: Time Carriers

September 28 - December 20, 2019

Time Carriers conjures a vision of many hands providing a framework of support, a fluid utopia where trust and movement go hand in hand. It evokes a time frame that both unites and collapses present, past, and future into an undulating and responsive single unit, something that could best be…