The Power Plant Gallery's Winter Exhibitions ReviewEven though winter has finally ended, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery is still running their winter exhibitions, which opened just before I left on vacation almost two months ago. And finally, I get to share my review about the bold four exhibitions that are on now.
|Patrick Bernatchez: Les Temps inachevés|
The first exhibit is Collective Stance by New York-based artist Leslie Hewitt. This exhibit has many parts including several videos exploring past events, and a variety of steel sculptures. Although the ideas and themes of Collective Stance are interesting, it is not my favourite form of art and I found it a little boring. But, I have read some rave reviews about Collective Stance, so I may be apart of a small group.
|Leslie Hewitt: Collective Stance|
|Fashion Plaza Nights (2007-13) from Les Temps inachevés by Patrick Bernatchez|
|Aude Moreau: Ploitical Nightfall|
Even though these were not my favourites compared to past Power Plant Gallery exhibitions, they still made me think and ask questions, which is why I love all forms of art. All four exhibitions are running until May 15, 2016. Please visit The Power Plant Gallery for more information.
P.s!: The Power Plant Gallery offers several workshops, seminars and lectures, usually free. Please visit The Power Plant - Programs and Events for more information!
Leslie Hewitt's Collective Stance was boring, I agree. And actually, as a volunteer gallery attendant for this show, you weren't suppose to take photographs of the work but I wont tell lol. The Chrysalides's active sculpture was and continues to be my favourite work I've ever seen at The Power Plant. Thanks for the post, it was a good reminder of last year.ReplyDelete
You are very welcomed! And yes I sometimes take 'sneaky pics' for the purposes of giving my readers a better understanding of the exhibits I review (thanks for not ratting me out:)Delete