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THE UNKNOWN REMAINS

GU XIONG

AUGUST 22 – NOVEMBER 3, 2019 | gallerIES A & B

THE UNKNOWN REMAINS PUBLICATION

Gu Xiong weaves art and archives together to form a story about immigration that is both personal and global. Accompanied by a beautiful publication designed by Bronwyn Larsen at Hall Printing, and traditionally bound by Linda Cosfield. Photographiy by Jeremy Addington at Taghum Hill Photography. Thanks also to our sponsors: Canada Council for the Arts, Province of British Columbia, the British Columbia Arts Council, and the City of Nelson.   MORE

watch go xiong unboxing the first copy of “the unknown remains” exhibition publication

KOOTENAY NEWS: READ ALL ABOUT IT

Curated by GREG NESTEROFF

NOV 2, 2019- FEB 16, 2020 | gallery B

KOOTENAY NEWS DIGITAL BOOK

Since the Nelson Miner published its first edition in June 1890, Nelson has always had a newspaper (and often more than one) to chronicle its evolution. In the late 19th and early 20th century, a thriving community and an active press went hand-in-hand. MORE

402 ANDERSON STREET: A HISTORY

Curated by arin fay

NOV 3, 2018- FEB 24, 2019 | gallery B

402 ANDERSON STREET DIGITAL BOOK

402 Anderson Street: A History served as a celebratory, commemorative show dedicated to the old museum site on the corner of Anderson Street. This exhibition marked the legacy of those who have contributed to the arts, culture and heritage in Nelson, BC, notably those directly involved in the establishment of the museum society’s previous location. MORE 

LOST THREAD

Curated by arin fay

NOV 10, 2018- FEB 24, 2019 | gallery A

LOST THREAD DIGITAL BOOK

This group exhibition will bring together several regional, provincial and National artists who are creating on the forefront of contemporary textiles in Canada and are practicing in respective spaces that push the boundaries between craft/art, and the historical/contemporary in relevant and intriguing ways. MORE

INDIGENOUS ARCHIVE PHOTO PROJECT

PAUL SEESEQUASIS

FEB 24 – MAY 27, 2018 | gallery B

TURNING THE LENS DIGITAL PUBLICATION

Paul Seesequasis guest curated his first ever gallery
exhibition of archival photographs, culled from his multiyear
project of sourcing and sharing images of Indigenous people from across the country. The result of this project has been to emancipate images from obscurity and let them see the light and be seen – and importantly named and acknowledged. The images are powerful in their straightforward and candid beauty – moments of time lost in a catalog. This publication was produced by the University of Calgary and includes an essay from Curator Arin Fay. MORE 

EDGE OF THE LIGHT

tanya pixie johnson

FEB 25 – MAY 28, 2017 | gallery A

EDGE OF THE LIGHT DIGITAL BOOK

Tanya Pixie Johnson is an artist defined by her obsessive sorting and gathering; of found materials, ideas and human experiences. With roots in rural British Columbia Tanya P’s practice has an astounding reach due to her penchant for residencies in far-flung places and an unrelenting engagement with land, people and place; both ephemeral and essential. MORE