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Hiroshi Yoshida  /  Modern Japanese Prints
October 17, 1998 - November 25, 1998

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Various Artists  /  Soup to Nuts: Pop Art and its Legacy
August 18, 1998 - October 7, 1998

This comprehensive exhibition highlights Pop Art from its beginnings in the late 1950s to its influences on consequent art movements. The originator of the term of the term 'pop art', British critic Lawrence Alloway, defined it as an affectionate way of referring to mass culture'.
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Various Artists  /  The Buchanan Legacy
June 20, 1998 - August 23, 1998

It is the gallery’s responsibility to house and care for the City of Lethbridge’s art collection, the major portion of which was bequest from the collection of Donald W.
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Mario Reis  /  The Memory of a River: Nature Watercolours
June 20, 1998 - August 16, 1998

Reis is a German artist who has spent much of the past years traveling through North America  engaged in his project creating Nature Watercolours from the rivers which flow trough the many district geographic areas.
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Various Artists  /  Art's Alive & Well In the Schools
May 3, 1998 - June 14, 1998

This popular event is the result of a cooperative arrangement between the gallery and local Lethbridge Public and Separate School Boards. This occasion acknowledges to the widest audience the importance of the visual arts in the school system and the role the gallery plays in nurturing the arts in the community.
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Various Artists  /  What's This? Understanding Contemporary Art
April 25, 1998 - June 28, 1998

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery in cooperation with the University of Lethbirdge Art Gallery. The video, Whatís this? Understanding Contemporary Art produced by the National Gallery, served as a catalyst for an interactive exhibition aimed at addressing the issue in the context of families.
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Nicolas Fernandez  /  Installation
March 14, 1998 - April 26, 1998

Fernandez's background is Spanish and Swiss. A multi-media artist, he divides his time between these countries. As might be expected, he is interested in cultural signifiers- his practice, which includes writing, music, and performance, examines the construction of cultural identity.
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Jeannie Thib  /  Geographia
March 14, 1998 - April 26, 1998

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. The artist's wall works, installations and objects incorporate print and drawing media on supports of paper, cloth, slate and a variety of found materials.
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David Merritt  /  Littera
January 24, 1998 - March 8, 1998

Organized by the London Regional Art Gallery Littera brings together for the first time a significant body of work produced by the artist between 1993 and 1997.
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Susan Shantz  /  Satiate
January 24, 1998 - March 8, 1998

The installation Satiate is reminiscent of Shantz's earlier work in that it challenges the divisions we make between processes belonging to nature and those ascribed to human endeavour and art making.
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Gwen MacGregor  /  Fold it up and put it away: Fernie's Curse
December 6, 1997 - January 18, 1998

Toronto artist Gwen MacGregor's installation grew out of a residency project in 1995. It centres around the town of Fernie, where her mother grew up, and involves a broken promise between the Tobacco Plains Band and William Fernie, the founder of the town.
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Regan Morris  /  Moat
December 6, 1997 - January 18, 1998

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canadian Council. This recent series of paintings by Toronto artist Regan Morris marks a significant departure in the artist's career.
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Laura Vickerson  /  Trace
October 18, 1997 - November 17, 1997

Calgary artist Laura Vickerson's installation for the Southern Alberta Art Gallery evolved out of the artist continually observing the shadows cast by the lace curtains and other objects in the windows of her house.
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Karl Blossfeldt  /  Art Forms in Nature
October 17, 1997 - November 26, 1997

Co-organized for circulation by Malinda Wayt, Los Angeles, and Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver. As a teacher of art and design in Berlin, Karl Blossfeldt (1865-1932) aimed to demonstrate that 'the best constructions for industrial design had already been anticipated in nature.
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Philippe Raphanel  /  Poisons/Phobia
October 17, 1997 - November 26, 1997

Organized by the Kamloops Art Gallery with support from The Canadian Council Exhibition Assistance Program. Produced over the past three years, Philippe Raphanel's most recent body of work evolved from a series of drawings into a series of ten large oil-on-canvas floral panels each of which incorporates a laminated photographic enlargement.
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Various Artists  /  Remembrance of Things Past: a Twenty Year Survey (1976 - 1996)
August 23, 1997 - October 12, 1997

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with the cooperation of the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery. In 1996 the Southern Alberta Art Gallery marked its twentieth anniversary.
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Germaine Koh  /  Knitwork
July 12, 1997 - August 17, 1997

Germian Koh is an Ottawa artist who uses discarded materials in a way that at once recaptures their value and re-sends them back into the public sphere.
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Toni Onley  /  The McIntyre Ranch Watercolours
June 21, 1997 - August 17, 1997

In the summer of 1991, a group of artists from across the country spent time at the famous McIntyre Ranch in southern Alberta in an event organized by the now defunct Canadian Art Odysseys Society.
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Various Artists  /  Vessels in Celebration
June 21, 1997 - August 17, 1997

This exhibition celebrated the twenty-five year that the Alberta Potters' Association has participated in the cultural community of the province, and it did so with a show of aesthetic and functional expressions of excellence in clay.
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Various Local Children  /  Art's Alive & Well In the Schools
May 4, 1997 - June 15, 1997

May 4, 1997- June 15, 1997 Art’s Alive and Well in the Schools This popular event is the result of a cooperative arrangement between the gallery and the local Lethbridge Public and Separate School Boards.
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Betty Spackman, Anja Westerfrölke  /  Reading Room
March 15, 1997 - May 4, 1997

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canadian Council. Reading Room was a multi-media installation in SAAG's upper gallery which linked that space to its former life as a public library.
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Frances Grafton, Gu Xiong, Lucy Hogg, Patrick Mahon  /  A Critical Beauty
March 15, 1997 - April 27, 1997

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery with funding assistance from The Canada Council. In this exhibition a collaboration of artists came together to present individual works which, while 'beautiful', manage to critically engage in both an interrogation of the past and the theoretical debates of the present.
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Angela Inglis  /  Still life(s) with adjectives
January 25, 1997 - March 9, 1997

 Curator: Joan Stebbins Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Calgary artist Angela Inglis uses a variety of paper materials, many of which are detritus from her day job at a brokerage firm, to create works with the appearance of abstract paintings.
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Janet Werner  /  Lucky
January 25, 1997 - March 9, 1997

Organized by the Southern Alberta Art Gallery. Saskatoon artist Janet Werner's naively rendered paintings and drawings defy the concept of 'truth in art' and, rather than offering a set of easy-to-read signs and symbols, function more like a series of notches cut into trees; the emphasis is on production and interpretation, on the spaces in between.
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