Past Exhibitions

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  • LEAD: May 22-28

    taimaz

    PHOTO ALBUM
    ARTWORK PREVIEW

    Opening Reception: Thursday May 22nd,  7-11pm

    Exhibition Dates: May 22nd – May 28th 2014

     

    LEAD is a display of a process driven body of work by Taimaz Moslemian that explores concepts of morality, integrity, and coming-of-age experiences through a personal narrative. This series employs a multi-disciplinary approach involving photography, sculpture, installation, and video that cohesively comments on the subjective qualities of memory, history, and identity.

     

    On Thursday May 22 from 7-11pm Project Gallery celebrates it’s 1 year anniversary.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Opening Reception: Thursday May 22nd,  7-11pm Exhibition Dates: May 22nd – May 28th 2014   LEAD is a display of a process driven body of work by Taimaz Moslemian that explores concepts of ...
  • Spencer Robertson Solo Show: May 15 – 21

     Spencer

    Opening Reception: Thursday May 15th,  7-11pm (with Rose-Tinted exhibition)

    Exhibition Dates: May 15th – 21st, 2014

    The series of images on display in the backspace of Project Gallery from May 15th -21st, are a series of photographs taken by artist and commercial photographer Spencer Robertson during his travels through Southern Africa, Constantinople, The Balkans, The Pacific Northwest, Central America, West Indies, East and Southeast Asia.

    Spencer describes the creation of this series as a deliberate development of his ability to see holistically in his photographic practice. His work incorporates portraiture, landscape, and still life photography in a cohesive way; highlighting the complimentary and contrasting relationships they share. Spencer’s work portrays a rich personal narrative expressed through photographic captures of diverse environments and cultures.

    All photographs exhibited are framed giclee prints from 2014, sized 14¾” x 22”. Available for sale:

    1 framed photograph…                   $300

    2 framed photographs…                  $500

    5 framed photographs…                  $1,000

      Opening Reception: Thursday May 15th,  7-11pm (with Rose-Tinted exhibition) Exhibition Dates: May 15th – 21st, 2014 The series of images on display in the backspace of Project Gallery from May 15th -21st, ...
  • BRIGHTVIEW – May 8-14, 2014

     

    PHOTO ALBUM
    ARTWORK PREVIEW

    An exhibition presented by FLOP HAUS and the Z-RO COLLECTIVE

    May 8– 15, 2013

    Opening Reception: Thurs. May 8, 7-11 pm

    Winnipeg has become a city of the past. Unfortunate geography, the demise of train travel, poor planning and a lagging economy has produced a city in decline. Many inhabitants choose to ignore this state of entropy while artists have reveled in branding the disenfranchised city.

    The apartment blocks still proliferated most areas of the city and serve as an obvious testament to this this. Most are throwbacks in style and scale. Often smaller than the modern day high rise. These buildings were erected by land hungry immigrants as investments often named for spouses or children. Signage was a matter of pride; earnestly elaborate with gaily painted fonts, a tribute to the lost art of the coping saw

    Now there is no more money to invest, and repairing or rebuilding is not economical but the blocks are cash cows, to remain in use until the roofs give out they are monuments to the status quo. Their presence is both economic necessity and a fossilized running joke. But as in Europe, as time goes on, what once was simply dated becomes rare. To the artist, looking for a shortcut to that sought after state of reference—the lost, pre technological world, Winnipeg has become a symbol and its sad flavor a commodity. Uneasy nostalgia has been repurposed as a desire to be disenfranchised, which surfaces in the dead style of paintings by Sean Morin, Two-Six and in the downtrodden lyrics of the Weakerthans.

    “Brightview” is a visual reference to this fossilization of time, preserving in the amber of four forms of technology by the eroding bricks and mortar, which stand testament to time standing still.

    William Eakin, Cliff Eyland, Craig Love and Leala Hewak formed Z-RO Collective in 2012. Their work interprets and pre-digests visions of Winnipeg in a disenfranchised state. Persistent with their images of apartment blocks and nostalgic scenes, Z-RO Collective commodifies what is found as-is for re- consumption in public domain.

    William Eakin (Represented by Stephen Bulger)- http://www.bulgergallery.com/dynamic/fr_artist.asp?ArtistID=114
    Craig Love – www.craigstuartlove.com
    Cliff Eyland – www.cliffeyland.com
    Leala Hewak – Leala@flopha.us

      An exhibition presented by FLOP HAUS and the Z-RO COLLECTIVE May 8– 15, 2013 Opening Reception: Thurs. May 8, 7-11 pm Winnipeg has become a city of the past. Unfortunate geography, the demise ...

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