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A Rembrandt Lecture, Inuit Films and Vintage Photography

Presentation House Gallery
Vancouver, British Columbia
The Malcolmson Collection
October 1, 2009 to December 20, 2009

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Gustave Le Gray, The Great Wave, Sete, 1857. Image: canadianart.ca

Do not miss seeing these extraordinary vintage photographs from the collection of friends-of-VoCA Harry and Ann Malcolmson.

Over the past twenty-five years, the Malcolmsons have assembled a rare collection of vintage and historic photographs that span the history of the medium. Highlights include nineteenth and twentieth-century classics by famous photographers Eugene Atget, Julia Margaret Cameron, Charles Marville, Tina Modotti, Man Ray, Paul Strand, Edward Weston, Margaret Bourke-White, among others.

For more images and information on a number of artist tours and events, please click HERE.

Agnes Etherington Art Centre
Kingston, Ontario
Public Lecture: The Cult of Rembrandt in 19th-Century France
Atrium, Thursday 19 November, 5:30 pm


An etching by Rembrandt. Image: cvr.ai.uiuc.edu

A public lecture by Alison McQueen, Associate Professor of Art History, School of the Arts, McMaster University. Presented in conjunction with …those spontaneous talents: French Artists and the Netherlandish Tradition.

For more info, please click HERE

Art Gallery of Carleton University
Ottawa, Ontario
“Inuit Piqutingit/What Belongs to Inuit”: Videos and Films by Igloolik Isuma Productions
23 November 2009 – 31 January 2010


A still from Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner. Image: dvdtimes.co.uk

Best known for the film “Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner,” awarded the Camera d’Or at Cannes in 2001, Isuma has also produced hauntingly beautiful documentaries of Inuit life and culture and a thirteen part mini-series recreating life in early-twentieth-century Igloolik. The exhibition features 41 videos and films by Isuma and two affiliated companies, Arnait and Artcirq.

The videos of Isuma, Arnait and Artcirq bolster local control over the community to present and promote an alternative to Western-style film and television, and to conserve Inuit knowledge and broadcast it beyond the North.

Please click HERE for more info.

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