Ed Pien  
November 21 - December 22  
Holiday closure: December 23 to January 8 inclusively



(updated:  21/12/18)

Burlington (ON)
Dil Hildebrand in « Dancing on the Grave: Dil Hildebrand and Patrick Thiebert » at the Art Gallery of Burlington until 27 January 2019

Kansas City (MI)
Meryl McMaster in (RE)CLAIM at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art until 16 June 2019

Montréal (QC)
Adad Hannah in the Vitrine du Musée d’art contemporain at Pierre-Elliot-Trudeau Airport
Kent Monkman, the painting "Welcome to the Studio" on view in the permanent collection galleries of the McCord Museum
At the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Kent Monkman's Trilogy of St-Thomas and the video Casualties of Modernity in the permanent collection galleries
Roberto Pellegrinuzzi, permanent installation in the new Pavilion for Peace of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Karilee Fuglem, public art installation unveiled at CHUM
Ed Pien, solo exhibition at La Poste until 20 January 2019
Kent Monkman, « Shame and Prejudice » at the McCord Museum from 5 February
Kent Monkman, « Théâtre de cristal », special installation at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Oshawa (ON)
Meryl McMaster in "Inaabiwin/movement of light" at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery until 6 January 2019

Ottawa (ON)
Ed Pien’s "Invisible" in the the permanent collection galleries at the National Gallery of Canada
Meryl McMaster in « From here to there (then and now) at the Ottawa Portage Bridge Tunnel until March 2019

Phoenix (AZ)
Meryl McMaster and Kent Monkman at the Heard Museum as of 28 February

Quebec City (QC)
Jérôme Fortin in the new presentation of the permanent collection of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
Meryl McMaster in La Manif - the Quebec City Biennale as of 15 February

Tacoma (Washington)
Meryl McMaster in « Native Portraiture: Power and Perception » at the Tacoma Art Museum until 10 February 2019

Toronto (ON)
Meryl McMaster in « Imago Mundi Great & North » at OCADU Onsite Gallery
Ed Pien dans « Line and Verse » at the East Asian Library, Robarts, University of Toronto until 15 January 2019
Adad Hannah’s video Russian Flowers on view at TD 161b Bay St.