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On now! Yoko Ono is a forerunner of Conceptual art who frequently involves collaboration, audience participation, and social activism in her artwork. YOKO ONO: THE RIVERBED is a three-part interactive exhibition that invites visitors to collaborate with the artist, the museum, and each other.
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Join exhibiting artist Steven Heinemann, Executive Director & CEO Kelvin Browne, and curator Rachel Gotlieb as they discuss how Heinemann’s artistic process has evolved through his lyrical investigations of containment, volume, and ornamentation.
About the artist
For the past thirty-five years, acclaimed Canadian artist Steven Heinemann has transformed the medium of ceramics in Canada. The major retrospective Steven Heinemann: Culture and Nature examines Heinemann’s fascinating and evolving process to reveal how he achieves his wondrously tactile bowls, pods, and other universal shapes that embody the polarities between life and nature.
Image: Steven Heinemann, Mimbres, 1985. Slip-cast earthenware. Courtesy of the Art Gallery of Burlington, 1988.032.0.1. Purchased through a grant from the Walter and Duncan Gordon Foundation and the Canada Council Art Bank Special Purchase Assistance Program. Photography by Taimaz Moslemian.
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