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STILL LIFE 2021

JURIED BY JUNO YOUN
PUBLICATION DESIGN BY MARLI DAVIS

For this group exhibition, the John B. Aird Gallery enlisted contemporary artists’ vibrant interpretations of the STILL LIFE genre. All pieces, be they created using paint, mixed media, collage, photography, sculpture, and/or new media that reflect on this art historical reference and how it appears as a stand-in for nature, or an analysis of culture was considered by Montreal Galerie Youn, principal, Juno Youn, and Aird Gallery curatorial assistant and publication designer, Marli Davis.

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DRAWING 2022 CAL FOR ENTRY

Online juried slide exhibition, with playlist and PDF publication

JUROR: CHRISTIAN SIROYT

ENTRY DEADLINE: Friday, January 28, 2022, by midnight.

This year we are celebrating the 23rd edition of this annual juried exhibition, with an online slideshow accompanied by a playlist and PDF publication showcasing drawings by contemporary Canadian artists. For this exhibition, a drawing is defined as an art form used either to create a finished work of art or draft ideas that are further developed in other media. This broad definition is intended to open the exhibition to entries reflecting a wide variety of contemporary drawing materials, techniques, and practices.

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