Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta and the National Gallery of Canada, Vision Exchange: Perspectives from India to Canada brings together the work of 20 contemporary artists from India and artists of Indian heritage living in Canada, the largest exhibition of its kind to be presented in Manitoba. Artists address issues of shifting histories and borders; relationships to the land; as well as the complex themes of migration, immigration, and diaspora.
Ashim Ahluwalia, Sarindar Dhaliwal, Atul Dodiya, Gauri Gill, Tanya Goel, Shilpa Gupta, Sunil Gupta, Jitish Kallat, Reena Saini Kallat, Amar Kanwar, Bharti Kher, Divya Mehra, Akbar Padamsee, Jagdeep Raina, Raqs Media Collective, Dayanita Singh, Umrao Singh-Sher-Gil, Vivan Sundaram, Thukral + Tagra, Rajesh Vangad.
Co-curated by Catherine Crowston (Executive Director and Chief Curator of the Art Gallery of Alberta) and Jonathan Shaughnessy (Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Canada).
Honorary Patron for Vision Exchange in Winnipeg
Old Kildonan City Councillor Devi Sharma
Presented with the assistance of Chemould Prescott Road (Mumbai), Galerie Mirchandani + Steinruecke (Mumbai) and Nature Morte (New Delhi). Supported by Artist Patrons in Edmonton: Radhe & Krishna Gupta, Maggie & John Mitchell, The Mehra Family, and Sunil & Anita Bhatara.
Tickets : Adult $12
Senior (60+ years of age) $10
Student (with a valid student card) $10
Children (five years and under) FREE
Family (up to two adults and up to four children under 18) $28
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time:
May 11 – September 8, 2019
Venue & Address :
Winnipeg Art Gallery – 300 Memorial Blvd, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1V1 Canada
The WAG is located in the heart of Winnipeg, just off Portage Avenue and within walking distance of downtown hotels. The Gallery is entirely wheelchair accessible.
Metered parking is available around the Gallery on Memorial Boulevard, St. Mary Avenue, and Colony Street. You can find parking lots on Colony Street (north of Portage Avenue by University of Winnipeg, and south of Portage Avenue behind Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art); at The Bay parkade across the street from the WAG; and on Good Street behind the Sussex Realty Building.