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photoHerringer Kiss Gallery
709A 11th Ave SW
Calgary, AB
T2R 0E3
Tel: 403-228-4889
Fax:
403-228-4809
Hours: tues-fri 10am-5:30pm sat 11am-5pm
E-mail: info@herringerkissgallery.com
Web: www.herringerkissgallery.com

Herringer Kiss Gallery, established in 2002 by Deborah Herringer Kiss, focuses on contemporary fine art by emerging, mid-career and established artists from across Canada and the United States. The gallery's programming includes, solo, duo, group and thematic exhibitions in all mediums that support interesting and engaging dialogue of the current art world. The gallery is dedicated to the promotion of our artists and placement of their work in important collections as well as working with individual clients to assist them in building strong collections.

To Nov 11 Reinhard Skoracki: De docta ignorantia (The Learned Lesson of Ignorance).

Nov 16-Dec 23 Joe Fleming: Signs of the Time. Fleming’s newest work is a combination of post-consumer imagery with a variety of paint applications on hand fabricated aluminum and polycarbonate surfaces creating a diary of observations of contemporary times. The artist’s use of cartoon imagery is a cheeky reference to how ultimately all human endeavours are a parody of the cartoons of our childhood. An essay by Graham Gillmore will accompany this exhibition.

Nov 16-Dec 23 Jason Frizzell: Worn Out Shoes and Back Page News Continues Frizzell’s exploration of undefined narratives and uncertain relationships rendered in 1:87 scale. The sculptural dioramas feature imaginary environments, architectural spaces, and miniature tableaus that explore themes of isolation, transition, denial and discovery.

REPRESENTING: Fiona Ackerman, Elizabeth Barnes, David Burdeny, Eszter Burghardt, Curtis Cutshaw, Renee Duval, Marjan Eggermont, Dennis Ekstedt, Toni Hafkenscheid, Siobhan Humston, Laurel Johannesson, Harry Kiyooka, Bill Laing, Angela Leach, Eric Louie, Katie Ohe, Reinhard Skoracki, Mario Trejo, Ben van Netten, Lauren Walker, Ken Webb, Michael Davidson, Joe Fleming, Nate McLeod, Jason Frizzell, Tia Halliday and Angela Grossmann.

 

 

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