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May 11 - Sep 1, '19
Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada is Manitoba’s first major exhibition celebrating contemporary artists with roots in India.

From videos and multi-media to paintings and drawings, experience over 100 pieces by leading artists from India and Canadian artists of Indian heritage. The artwork addresses issues of shifting histories and borders; relationships to the land; as well as the complex themes of migration, immigration, and diaspora.


Ashim Ahluwalia Ashim Ahluwalia Sarindar Dhaliwal Sarindar Dhaliwal Atul Dodiya Atul Dodiya Gauri Gill Gauri Gill Tanya Goel Tanya Goel Shilpa Gupta Shilpa Gupta Sunil Gupta Sunil Gupta Jitish Kallat Jitish Kallat Reena Saini Kallat Reena Saini Kallat Amar Kanwar Amar Kanwar Bharti Kher Bharti Kher Divya Mehra Divya Mehra Akbar Padamsee Akbar Padamsee Jagdeep Raina Jagdeep Raina Raqs Media Collective Raqs Media Collective Dayanita Singh Dayanita Singh Umrao Singh-Sher-Gil Umrao Singh-Sher-Gil Vivan Sundaram Vivan Sundaram Thukral + Tagra Thukral + Tagra Rajesh Vangad Rajesh Vangad

ORGANIZED BY the Art Gallery of Alberta and the National Gallery of Canada

Presented with the assistance of Chemould Prescott Road (Mumbai), Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke (Mumbai) and Nature Morte (New Delhi).

Title Sponsor

City of Winnipeg Community Incentive Grant Program

City Councillors:
Brian Mayes, Devi Sharma, Vivian Santos, Shawn Nason, Jason Schreyer, Jeff Browaty, Markus Chambers, Ross Eadie, Cindy Gilroy, Sherri Rollins, John Orlikow, Kevin Klein, Matt Allard, Scott Gillingham, Janice Lukes

Supporting Sponsors

Furniture Partner


  • Sangeet Bhatia
  • Drs. Daya & Chander Gupta
  • Bhandal Law
  • Carol Bellringer, In Honour of Dev Nath Kapoor
  • Drs. K. & Ganga Dakshinamurti
  • Pearl Custom Homes Ltd
  • Darshan & Amarjit Kaila


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