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Exhibitions on Now
Visitors to WAG-Qaumajuq can experience art before coming inside! Check out the sculptures outside Qaumajuq and the WAG – see works by Goota Ashoona, Abraham Anghik Ruben, Ivan Eyre, and Bill Vazan, all for free!
Qaumajuq's inaugural show
Mar 26 '21 Feb 12 '23
INUA is the inaugural exhibition of Qaumajuq. See work by over 90 Inuit artists working across Inuit Nunangat and beyond.
Your permanent collection is back on view! Revisit old favourites from our European & Canadian collections, plus a few lesser-seen works.
Red is Beautiful
Oct 8 '22 Mar 27 '23
Robert Houle is one of the most influential First Nations artists in the contemporary art world. Robert Houle: Red is Beautiful features over 90 large installations, paintings and drawings created between 1970 and 2020.
The Presence of Melancholy
Oct 22 '22 Apr 2 '23
Kurelek’s unique realist painting style was applied to a diversity of subjects, including the Prairie landscape, new immigrants in Canada, life on the farm, spirituality, and mental health.
Commemorating our Connections
Walter J. Phillips
Nov 12 '22 Apr 30 '23
In Walter J. Phillips: Complete Graphic Works by author Roger Boulet, we learn that many of Phillips’ artworks were conceived to be or later used as Christmas cards and greetings. These artworks point to the significance of Christmas for Phillips and the importance of connecting with family and friends.
The Idea of Trees
Nov 26 '22
This exhibition celebrates the experience of rediscovery with Ivan Eyre’s landscapes, underlining the feeling that with each encounter, the same work offers something new, something unexpected.
The Art of the News Cycle
Dec 2 '22 Oct 1 '23
For 150 years, the Winnipeg Free Press has remained a staunchly independent news source and now, in celebration of this historic anniversary, Headlines: The Art of the News Cycle, explores the news and how we consume it.
Bisham Abbey Tapestries
Dec 15 '22 Apr 2 '23
The Bisham Abbey Tapestries are back on view in Eckhardt Hall!