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Duane Linklater
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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