Current Exhibitions

David Rifat's One Tulip Doesn't Seem Much is a pale silkscreen print of blurred horizon lines in red ochre, black and blue
March 30, 2021 to March 6, 2022
Curated by Lucy Bilson Featuring works by Barbara Astman, Walter Bachinski, Susan Coolen, Michael Flomen, John Hofstetter, Thomas Lax, Ron Martin, David Rifat, Michael Snow, Douglas Walker, Joyce Weiland, and Ossip Zadkine “I have never been very interested in pushing the limits... Read More
A painted diptych of a tree frog, with the left painted in a realist style against a green background while the right is abstracted with geometric shapes against a purple background
March 27, 2021 to May 23, 2021
Selected works from the Permanent Collection and students from Waterloo Region Curated by KWAG Public Programs Department Expressions 46: Through a New Lens will be on view as a Digital Exhibition on our website starting Saturday 27 March - click here to view this exhibition... Read More
An archival poster reading Fugitive Slaves Attention. The Slave-hunter is among us! Be on your Guard! An Arrest is planned for To-Night. Be Ready to receive them, whenever they come!
September 18, 2020 to May 23, 2021
Curated by Crystal Mowry For more than twenty years, Deanna Bowen’s practice has evolved from its roots in experimental documentary video into a complex mapping of power as seen in public and private archives. Research and exhibitions are rarely mutually exclusive modes for... Read More