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Upcoming Exhibitions

Camille Henrot, <i>Grosse Fatigue</i>, 2009
17.10.2015 to 10.01.2016

Camille Henrot

Grosse Fatigue, a 13-min video installation produced during a residency at the Smithsonian Institute, was inspired by the encyclopaedia concept. The artist undertook to form a narrative about the universe by mixing scientific history with Creation stories belonging to various traditions and cultures.

Learn more about: Camille Henrot
Dana Schutz, <i>Swimming, Smoking, Crying</i>, 2009
17.10.2015 to 10.01.2016

Dana Schutz

The MAC presents an original exhibition that offers an overview of the work of New York artist Dana Schutz, with particular emphasis on highlights of her recent output. Schutz’s work over the past decade has had a marked influence on contemporary painting.

Learn more about: Dana Schutz
Patrick Bernatchez, <i>Lost in Time</i>, 2014
17.10.2015 to 10.01.2016

Patrick Bernatchez

Les Temps inachevés

The exhibition presents a significant body of works taken from two major projects: Chrysalides and Lost in Time. Bernatchez’s artistic process involves creating distinct pieces – drawings, photographs, films, sound pieces, installations – that form part of a larger conceptual project.

Learn more about: Patrick Bernatchez
Ragnar Kjartansson, The Visitors, 2012 (Stills)
11.02.2016 to 22.05.2016

Ragnar Kjartansson

Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson combines performance, music and video in works that probe the tragic and comic sides of human existence. In his first major Canadian exhibition, featuring four important pieces, viewers will discover a spectacular universe tinged with both melancholy and humour.

Learn more about: Ragnar Kjartansson
Edmund Alleyn, <i>Mondrian au coucher</i>, 1973 – 1974
19.05.2016 to 25.09.2016

Edmund Alleyn

Showcasing close to a fifty works-paintings, drawings, films and technological pieces-this retrospective exhibition will take a look at Edmund Alleyn’s output from the late 1950s until the early 2000s. A selection of works not previously shown will also be presented.

Learn more about: Edmund Alleyn