But the sun is up and you’re going?
15 November — 20 December, 2014
Duane Linklaker (b.1976) lives and works in North Bay, Ontario. He has a forthcoming solo exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Salt Lake City in 2015. Recent solo exhibitions include ICA@50: It means it is raining, Institute of Contemporary Art Philadelphia (2014); Decommision, Maclaren Art Centre, Barrie, Ontario (2013); Learning, Susan Hobbs Gallery, Toronto (2013); Something about encounter, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Ontario (2013); Grain(s), in collaboration with Tanya Lukin Linklater, Images Festival co presentation with Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto (2013); Secondary Explanation, The New Gallery, Calgary (2013); Beothuck Building, Or Gallery, Vancouver (2012); Raspberry Cargo, Family Business Gallery, New York (2012); Untitled (A Blueberry Garden for Bard College), on-site outdoor project, CCS Bard/Hessel Museum, Annandale on Hudson, New York; Journey Through, White Water Gallery, North Bay, Ontario (2011). His work has been included in numerous group exhibitions, including Narrativ/Performativ, Kunst Raum Rien, Basel (2014); Work in Public, Decad, Berlin (2014); Unstuck In Time, Te Tuhi, Auckland (2014); Sobey Art Award Exhibition, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax (2013); Fiction / Non Fiction, Esker Foundation, Calgary (2013); Situated – A Forum on Film as a Short Form: Outdoor Cinema, The White Building, London (2013); Way Stations, Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn (2013); Deep Leap/Way Stations, Nightingale, Chicago (2013); First Nations, Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana (2013); Beat Nation: Art, Hip Hop and Aboriginal Culture, Dalhousie Art Gallery/St.Mary’s Art Gallery, Halifax; Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina (2013), Musee d’art contemporain de Montréal; The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Toronto; Kamloops Art Gallery (2013), Vancouver Art Gallery (2012). Modest Livelihood, made in collaboration with Brian Jungen, has been shown at VOX, Montreal (2014); Edinburgh Art Festival (2014): LEAP, Berlin (2014); Catriona Jeffries, Vancouver (2013); Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (2013); Walter Philips Gallery, Banff (2012) Logan Center Gallery, University of Chicago (2012).
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