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A 2021 Sobey Art Award finalist, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory is a kalaaleq (Greenlandic Inuk) performance artist, poet, actor, storyteller and writer based in Iqaluit, who is known for performing uaajeerneq.
The Ontario region finalist for the Sobey Art Award 2021, Rajni Perera explores diasporic mythology through the lens of science fiction.
Through photography and sculpture, Montreal artist Lorna Bauer – one of the five finalists of the 2021 Sobey Art Award – explores the relationships of humans to their surroundings.
Shortlisted for the 2021 Sobey Art Award, Rémi Belliveau is an interdisciplinary artist and musician originally from New Brunswick.
One of the five finalists of the 2021 Sobey Art Award and representing the West Coast and Yukon, Vancouver-based artist Gabi Dao works in sculpture, installation, film and sound.
Alex Janvier’s Indian Residential – Way of the Cross – English vs. French speaks to his experiences attending a Residential School, marking the loss of time with his parents, his language and community.
A photograph of Grandassa models and members of AJASS taken by Kwame Brathwaite at New York’s Apollo Theater in 1968 represents the achievement of the “Black Is Beautiful” movement.
The landscapes Cornelia Hahn Oberlander created at the Gallery reveal her genius for naturalistic garden design and her response to the art in the national collection.
Rashid Johnson’s sculpture captures the artist’s preoccupations and thoughts and encourages visitors to engage, decode and reflect, thus enabling the work to continue evolving.