April 11 to June 15, 2014
Regina’s David Thauberger has a keen eye for popular and Prairie idioms and an encyclopedic knowledge of 20th-century art. Comprising more than 70 paintings, prints and ceramics, from public and private collections across Canada, Road Trips and Other Diversions provides the first comprehensive overview of the career of this remarkable Canadian artist. The Thauberger retrospective, includes a Canadian tour, documentary film, and major publication. The exhibition is cocurated by Sandra Fraser and Timothy Long. The first such collaboration for the two galleries, the project is funded in part by the Museums Assistance Program at Canadian Heritage. Ce projet est financé en partie dan le cadre du Programme d’aide aux musées de Patrimoine canadien.
(concluding June 8)
Showcasing paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures, and other works of art by more than 200 students from kindergarten to Grade 12, School Art has enthralled gallery visitors for 42 years. This ever-changing, ever-popular exhibition is organized in partnership with Saskatoon Public Schools and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools.
Regina-based David Thauberger is a nationally known painter, printmaker and ceramist whose practice is characterized by his firm conviction that the local is as important as the global. Drawing on public and private collections across Canada, the major nationally touring exhibition presents a dynamic installation examining key themes and working processes, developed throughout Thauberger’s more than 40 years as a maker and thinker.