Fall 2023 Programme
TrépanierBaer’s fall programme is topped up with events, art fairs and exhibitions at the gallery and other locations across Canada. You won’t want to miss out on any of the listings below – mark you calendars now!
October 10 at Contemporary Calgary
Canadian Premiere of the documentary film
Discovering Oscar Cahén:The Warrior
Doors – 6:00 p.m.
Screening – 7:00 p.m.
Q & A – 8:00 p.m.
October 13 at 1700 La Poste
October 14 at TrépanierBaer
Sarah Stevenson & Holly King
A Minor Catastrophe
October 27-30 at Art Toronto – Booth B13
Featuring new and recent works by:
Featuring mid 20th century works by Jack Bush and Oscar Cahén
November 18 at TrépanierBaer
Stéphane La Rue
New James Carl Sculpture: On view now at TrépanierBaer is a new work by James Carl. Titled thing’s end (03 bronze), its shape is derived from a rubber band: a simple and everyday object the artist has revisited through out his practice. Carl introduced the first iteration of his thing’s end series at a retrospective exhibition at the University of Toronto in 2008 where he handmade hundreds of small rubber band look-alikes out of polymer clay. Carl has re-presented the concept in large scale public works such the monumental painted steel sculptures thing’s end (Eau Claire – red) and thing’s end (Eau Claire – yellow), both dated 2020, and located in the lobby of the Eau Claire Tower in Calgary, Alberta.
thing’s end (03 bronze) is cast in one piece, and is a single continuously curling band with three flexed loops, overlapping as if ready to spring, but poised in a moment of balance. It is a delight to see and experience.
Maison de la culture Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Montréal, QC
Photo Credit: Guy L’Heureux