Media Kit

Press Release: Fall Exhibitions 2019 - Nep Sidhu: Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)

Saturday, September 14th, 2019
Esker Foundation is proud to present the solo exhibition Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare) by Toronto-based artist Nep Sidhu. Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare) examines how memories persist in the present, especially when related to personal and collective practices of resistance, resilience, and ritual. This mid-career survey is anchored by recent works that reflect upon Sikh histories, amongst other collectively formed and formative histories considered through collaborations with Maikoiyo Alley-Barnes and Nicholas Galanin, exploring how memorialization practices can transfigure grief and loss, and how they contribute to a writing of histories that speak back to power by celebrating cultural knowledge and practices.

PDFs

PR-Fall-at-Esker-FINAL.pdf

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
7.92MB

Esker_Brochure_Fall_2019.pdf

Friday, September 13th, 2019
1.87MB

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Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Avideye Productions.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Allison Seto.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Allison Seto.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Allison Seto.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Allison Seto.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Allison Seto.
Installation view of Nep Sidhu's exhibition "Divine of Form, Formed in the Divine (Medicine for a Nightmare)." Esker Foundation, Calgary. 28 September to 20 December, 2019. Photo by Allison Seto.
Opening of the fall exhibitions at Esker Foundation. Photo by Allison Seto.
Opening of the fall exhibitions at Esker Foundation. Photo by Allison Seto.

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Press Release: Fall Exhibitions 2019 - Jeffrey Gibson: Time Carriers & To Name An Other

Friday, September 13th, 2019
Esker Foundation is pleased to present the Canadian Premiere of the solo exhibition Time Carriers and special performance To Name An Other by New York-based artist Jeffrey Gibson. Opening reception: Friday 27 September, 6-10pm, all welcome. Jeffrey Gibson’s artwork intermingles elements of traditional Native American art, art historical references, craft, and pop culture. A wide range of both historic and contemporary Native American symbols and objects including powwow regalia, 19th century parfleche containers, and drums are seamlessly merged with elements from Modernist geometric abstraction, Minimalism, the pattern and decoration of traditional textile practices, as well as techno, rave, and club culture.

PDFs

PR-Fall-at-Esker-FINAL.pdf

Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
7.92MB

Esker_Brochure_Fall_2019.pdf

Friday, September 13th, 2019
1.87MB

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Jeffrey Gibson, 2019. Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema Jenkins, NYC, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Gibson, 2019. Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema Jenkins, NYC, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Gibson, 2019. Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema Jenkins, NYC, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Gibson, 2019. Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema Jenkins, NYC, Kavi Gupta, Chicago, and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Gibson PEOPLE LIKE US, (detail) 2019. Digitally printed canvas/ linen, cotton and polyester threads, wool batting, cotton. Quilting by Robert Bemis, photograph by Ellen Siebers, Jeffrey Gibson Studio. Courtesy of Kavi Gupta, Chicago; Sikkema Jenkins & Co., New York, and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
Jeffrey Gibson PEOPLE LIKE US, (detail) 2019.
Courtesy of the artist and The National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC. Photographs taken by Franz Mahr.
Courtesy of the artist and The National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC. Photographs taken by Franz Mahr.
Courtesy of Jeffrey Gibson and The National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC. Photographs taken by Franz Mahr.
Jeffrey Gibson, 2019. Courtesy of the artist, Sikkema Jenkins, NYC; Kavi Gupta, Chicago; and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
Artist Jeffrey Gibson during exhibition of his work at Marquette University's Haggerty Museum of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Photo credit: Kevin J. Miyazaki. Taken: February 1, 2017.

About Esker Foundation - General Image Requests

Monday, September 9th, 2019
Esker Foundation is a unique 15,000 sq. ft. gallery space in Calgary that connects the public to contemporary art through relevant, accessible, and educational exhibitions, publications, and programs for all ages from babies to seniors. Read more in the press release below.

PDFs

EskerFoundation_2019.pdf

Monday, September 9th, 2019
0.29MB

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Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by Scott Cressman.
Installation view of 'Among All These Tundras' at Esker Foundation, 2019. Photo by Mike Tan.
Installation view of 'Among All These Tundras' at Esker Foundation, 2019. Photo by Mike Tan.
Installation view of 'CHANNEL 51: IGLOOLIK - Celebrating 30 Years of Inuit Video Art.' Photo by: John Dean.
Exhibition opening at Esker Foundation, 2018. Photo by Allison Seto.
Exhibition opening at Esker Foundation, 2018. Photo by Allison Seto.
Esker Foundation. Photo by Elyse Bouvier.
Esker Foundation. Photo by Elyse Bouvier.
Esker Foundation in Inglewood, Calgary. Courtesy of Esker Foundation.
The 'Nest' meeting space. Esker Foundation, Calgary.

Press Release: Spring/Summer Exhibitions 2019 - Among All These Tundras & CHANNEL 51: IGLOOLIK

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
Esker Foundation is proud to present two exhibitions that feature artists and filmmakers from the polar north.

Among All These Tundras

Artists: asinnajaq, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Carola Grahn, Marja Helander, Kablusiak, Sonya Kelliher-Combs, Joar Nango, Taqralik Partridge, Barry Pottle, Inuuteq Storch, Couzyn van Heuvelen, and Allison Akootchook Warden. Curated by: Heather Igloliorte, Amy Prouty, and Charissa von Harringa Produced and circulated by: the Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery / Concordia University Among All These Tundras, a title taken from the poem ‘My Home is in My Heart’ by famed Sámi writer Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, features contemporary art by Indigenous artists from around the circumpolar world. Together, their works politically and poetically express current Arctic concerns towards land, language, sovereignty, and resurgence. (high res images below) Opening reception: Friday 31 May, 6-10pm, all welcome Performance beginning at 7:30pm: siku/siku by Allison Akootchook Warden 1 June - 30 August, 2019

CHANNEL 51: IGLOOLIK - Celebrating 30 Years of Inuit Video Art

Curated by: asinnajaq A project of Isuma in partnership with Vtape, Toronto. CHANNEL 51: IGLOOLIK, a project of Isuma in partnership with Vtape, Toronto, is the first large-scale tour of Igloolik Inuit video art from the Isuma and Arnait Women’s Video Collective. It celebrates a young cinematic tradition that has its own distinct voice and worldview, its own language, culture and traditions, history and stories, philosophy of education and knowledge sharing, relationship to land, conception of gender and social structures, relationship to space and time, and vision for the future. (high res images below) Opening reception: Friday 31 May, 6-10pm, all welcome 1 June - 30 August, 2019

PDFs

PressRelease_SpringSummer_2019.pdf

Friday, May 31st, 2019
0.52MB

EskerSPRINGSUMMER2019.pdf

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
1.42MB

CHANNEL51_IGLOOLIK.pdf

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
0.47MB

Image_credits_AATT_CHANNEL51.pdf

Friday, May 31st, 2019
0.34MB

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Marja Helander, Birds in the Earth, 2018. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Marja Helander, Birds in the Earth, 2018. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Marja Helander, Birds in the Earth, 2018. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Image: Marja Helander, 'Dolastallat (To have a campfire),' 2016. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Image: Asinnajaq, 'Rock Piece (Ahuriri edition),' 2018. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Image: Detail. Inuuteq Storch, 'Untitled,' 2010-2015, from de series 'At Home We Belong.' Digital inkjet prints on archival paper. Courtesy of the artist.
Inuuteq Storch, Untitled, 2010-2015, from de series At Home We Belong. Digital inkjet print on archival paper. Courtesy of the artist.
Williamson Bathory Laakkuluk, Timiga Nunalu Sikulu (My Body, the Land and the ice), 2016. Video by Jamie Griffiths, music by Chris Coleman, featuring vocals by Celina Kalluk. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Williamson Bathory Laakkuluk, Timiga Nunalu Sikulu (My Body, the Land and the ice), 2016. Video by Jamie Griffiths, music by Chris Coleman, featuring vocals by Celina Kalluk. Video still. Courtesy of the artist.
Image: Joar Nango, 'Hand-knitted wool sweaters in ten different shades of colour,' 2009. Courtesy of the artist.
Kablusiak Cigarettes and Lighter, 2017, from the series Uyarak/Stone. Soapstone and Tung oil. Courtesy of the artist and the Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada. Photo: Brittany Lucas
Carola Grahn 'Look Who’s Talking,' 2016 Video. Installation View. Courtesy of the artist
Kelliher-Combs Sonya 'Secret Portraits,' 2018. Ink, pencil, beeswax on paper. Courtesy of the artist
Couzyn van Heuvelen 'Qamutiik,' 2014. Industrial found wooden pallets. Courtesy of the artist
Taqralik Partridge, 'Tusarsauvungaa,' 2018 Series of NINE elements Cotton, polyester, wool, silk, glass beads, metal beads, Canadian sealskin, reindeer leather, thermal emergency blanket, Pixee lures, plastic tarp, Canadian coins, tamarack tree cones, dental floss, artificial sinew, goose feather and river grass.
On location filming Nunavut Stories. 1995. Isuma Distribution International.
On location filming Nunavut Stories. 1995. Isuma Distribution International.
On location filming Saputi. 1993. Isuma Distribution International.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.
Installation view of the exhibition 'Among All These Tundras.' Photo by: John Dean.

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Press Release: May G N: Occlusion Field & Kablusiak: Qiniqtuaq

Esker Foundation is pleased to present in our Project Space location this spring/summer season:

May G N
Occlusion Field
6 May - 21 July
In partnership with Untitled Art Society

Occlusion Field is a singular moment in time and space made of the stuff of trans defense mechanism: tattoos, liquid gender concepts, and hormonally transforming surfaces that come together to speak to an idiosyncrasy, a gestalt, a whole that transcends its constitutive parts. (high res images below)


Upcoming in the Project Space:

Kablusiak
Qiniqtuaq
29 July - 20 October


Qiniqtuaq (searching/looking) invites viewers to peer through a multi-eyed ghost sheet to witness a looping projection of a video collage screened in front of a piece of oil-stained cardboard. Qiniqtuaq is meant to evoke a dream-like state imaging a hypothetical place and time; a representation of what is felt but not known. Qiniqtuaq invites a presence of nostalgia, spectatorship, and diaspora. (high res images below)

PDFs

EskerSPRINGSUMMER2019.pdf

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019
1.42MB

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Courtesy of May G N.
Kablusiak, 2019. Courtesy of the artist.
Kablusiak, 2019. Courtesy of the artist.

Press Release: Winter Exhibitions 2019 - Neil Campbell, Jeremy Shaw, and Glenna Cardinal

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019
"Esker Foundation is excited to present our winter exhibition season: Neil Campbell, Jeremy Shaw, and new work by Glenna Cardinal in the Project Space"

PDFs

Winter_2019.pdf

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
0.39MB

esker.winter.2019.pdf

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
1.33MB

Invitation_winter2019_Campbell_Shaw.pdf

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
3.56MB

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Neil Campbell, Saskatchewan, 2004. Courtesy of the artist, Galleria Franco Noero, Turin; and Office Baroque, Brussels.
Neil Campbell, I, 2011. Courtesy of the artist and Office Baroque, Brussels.
Neil Campbell
Neil Campbell, 'Big Rubber' 2012. Courtesy of the artist and Galleria Franco Noero, Turin; and Office Baroque, Brussels.
Jeremy Shaw, 'I Can See Forever' (still), 2018. HD video installation with 5.1 soundtrack. Courtesy of the artist, KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin/London, and Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, Vancouver. 'I Can See Forever' was co-produced by Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg and KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin, with support from the Canada Council for the Arts; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Kunstverein Hamburg, and the Esker Foundation Commission Fund, Calgary.
Jeremy Shaw, 'I Can See Forever' (still), 2018. HD video installation with 5.1 soundtrack. Courtesy of the artist, KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin/London, and Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, Vancouver. 'I Can See Forever' was co-produced by Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg and KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin, with support from the Canada Council for the Arts; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Kunstverein Hamburg, and the Esker Foundation Commission Fund, Calgary.
Jeremy Shaw, 'I Can See Forever' (still), 2018. HD video installation with 5.1 soundtrack. Courtesy of the artist, KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin/London, and Macaulay & Co. Fine Art, Vancouver. Co-produced by Medienboard Berlin Brandenburg and KÖNIG GALERIE with support from the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, the Canada Council for the Arts, the Esker Foundation Commission Fund, Calgary, and Kunstverein Hamburg.
Jeremy Shaw, 'Quickeners,' 2014. HD video installation with original soundtrack, 28:21 min (still). Courtesy of the artist and KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin/London. 'Quickeners' was co-produced by the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève and Johann König, Berlin for the Biennale de l’Image en Mouvement 2014, with the generous support of the British Columbia Arts Council.
Jeremy Shaw, 'Liminals,' 2017. HD video installation with 5.1 soundtrack, 19:34 min (still). Courtesy of the artist and KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin/London. 'Liminals' was realized in part with generous support from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Canadian Embassy in Rome and KÖNIG GALERIE, Berlin, for the 57th Venice Biennale.
Jeremy Shaw, 'Towards Universal Pattern Recognition (MM Pastors 2.1.01)' 2016. kaleidoscopic acrylic, chrome, archival colour photograph. Private collection.
Jeremy Shaw, 'Towards Universal Pattern Recognition (Detroit Anniversary Prayer, 1987),' 2017. kaleidoscopic acrylic, chrome, archival colour photograph. Private collection.
Photograph courtesy of Glenna Cardinal.

Press Release: Fall Exhibitions 2018 - Tammi Campbell, Agnes Martin, Sarah Stevenson - Alana Bartol & Mia Rushton + Eric Moschopedis

Thursday, September 13th, 2018
"Esker Foundation is excited to present our fall exhibition season: Tammi Campbell, Agnes Martin, and Sarah Stevenson, and in the Project Space an installation by Calgary-based artists Alana Bartol & Mia Rushton + Eric Moschopedis."

PDFs

Press-Release-Fall-exhibitions.pdf

Friday, September 14th, 2018
3.76MB

Fall-Exhibitions-2018.pdf

Friday, September 14th, 2018
1.4MB

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Agnes Martin, 1988, Galisteo, NM. Copyright Donald Woodman, ARS New York. www.DonaldWoodman.
Agnes Martin, Untitled (Image #4), 1998. Lithograph on paper, edition 63/75. Collection of the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Copyright Agnes Martin / SOCAN (2018).
Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes, July 11, 2016. Graphite on Japanese paper. 11 x 8.5 inches with letter fold. Private collection.
Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes, July 11, 2016 (detail). Graphite on Japanese paper. 11 x 8.5 inches with letter fold. Private collection.
Tammi Campbell, Dear Agnes, (installation view). Graphite on Japanese paper. 11 x 8.5 inches with letter fold.
Sarah Stevenson, 'Vessels' (detail) 2018. Photo by: Guy L'Heureux.
Sarah Stevenson, Smash, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
Alana Bartol & Mia Rushton + Eric Moschopedis, 'a hint of perennial magic lingers in its fingertips.' courtesy of the artists.
Image of Wild Mustard, courtesy of Alana Bartol & Mia Rushton + Eric Moschopedis.

Press Release: Summer Exhibitions 2018 - Vanessa Brown, Anna Torma & Jolie Bird

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018
"Esker Foundation is proud to announce our 2018 summer exhibition season: presenting major solo exhibitions by Canadian artists Vanessa Brown and Anna Torma, and a performative installation by Calgary-based artist Jolie Bird."

PDFs

Brown_Torma_Bird.pdf

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018
11.75MB

Esker_Summer_2018.pdf

Friday, May 18th, 2018
5.13MB

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Anna Torma, Abandoned Details I, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
Anna Torma, Abandoned Details I, 2018 (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
Anna Torma, Abandoned Details II, 2018. Courtesy of the artist
Anna Torma, Abandoned Details II, 2018, (detail). Courtesy of the artist
Vanessa Brown, Stained Glass Earrings and Stand, 2018. Courtesy of the artist.
Vanessa Brown, Sun Milk, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Project Pangée, Montréal.
Vanessa Brown, Newspaper in Flight, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Project Pangée, Montréal.
Vanessa Brown, Cosmic Screen, 2017. Courtesy the artist and Project Pangée, Montréal.
Jolie Bird, 1597; Harmonious Frequencies, 2018, (in progress). Photo by: John Dean.
Jolie Bird, 1597; Harmonious Frequencies, 2018, (in progress). Photo by: John Dean.
Jolie Bird, 1597; Harmonious Frequencies, 2018, (in progress). Photo by: John Dean.
Jolie Bird, 1597; Harmonious Frequencies, 2018, (in progress). Photo by: John Dean.

Press Release: Winter Exhibitions 2018 - Kapwani Kiwanga & DaveandJenn

Thursday, February 1st, 2018

"Esker Foundation is pleased to announce its 2018 winter exhibition program: presenting a major solo exhibition by Canadian-born, Paris-based artist Kapwani Kiwanga, and a fantastical site-specific installation by Calgary-based collaborators DaveandJenn."

PDFs

Winter_Esker-Foundation_2018.pdf

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
4.21MB

Kapwani-Kiwanga_titles.pdf

Sunday, February 25th, 2018
0.63MB

Kapwani_Image-credits.pdf

Sunday, February 25th, 2018
9.53MB

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Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Linear Paintings' installation view of 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Linear Paintings' installation view of 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Linear Paintings' and 'pink-blue' - installation view of 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'pink-blue,' installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. Commissioned by The Power Plant. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Desire Paths,' and 'Jalousie, 2018, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Desire Paths,' and 'Jalousie, 2018, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Desire Paths,' and 'Jalousie, 2018, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Jalousie, 2018, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
Kapwani Kiwanga, 'Jalousie, 2018, installation view: Esker Foundation, Calgary, 2018. 'A wall is just a wall (and nothing more at all),' February 3 to May 6, 2018. Esker Foundation, Calgary. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.
DaveandJenn, installation view of 'Paradise for an in-between time,' 2018. Photo by: John Dean.

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