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photoEsker Foundation
444-1011 9th Ave SE
Calgary, AB
T2G 0H7
Tel: 403-930-2490
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Hours: tues-sun 11am-6pm thurs & fri 11am-8pm
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Web: www.eskerfoundation.com

The Esker Foundation is the largest privately funded, non-commercial contemporary gallery in Calgary. Esker is committed to the advancement of contemporary art through the production and presentation of innovative artistic and curatorial projects.

To Dec 22 Mary Anne Barkhouse: Le rêve aux loups. Barkhouse's practice is deeply engaged with environmental and indigenous issues and incorporates in a central role a visual iconography of animals.

To Dec 22 Postcommodity: A Very Long Line is an immersive four-channel video installation comprised of four screens of moving images featuring desert landscapes, framed by the constant presence of a fence. Shot along a portion of the border ‘fence’ between USA and Mexico. A Very Long Line captures the deep complexity of border-related issues.

To Jan 21 Veronica Verkley: Second Nature: FERAL. An abandoned house in the forest gradually collapses as time, nature, animals, and the elements take over and ultimately transform it. A unique video installation.


 

 

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