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May 2019

2019 Venice Biennale: Isuma Collective

May 11 - November 24
Venice Biennale Canada Pavilion, Giardini della Biennale
Venice, Italy
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Igloolik-based film and multimedia art collective Isuma (Paul Apak Angilirq, Norman Cohn, Zacharias Kunuk, Pauloosie Qulitalik) is representing Canada at the 2019 Venice Biennale. Their video installation showcases feature-length films and livestreams that give international audiences a look into life across Inuit Nunangat. Isuma is the first-ever Inuit art collective to be featured in the historic Canada Pavilion.

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October 2019

Exhibition: 60/60

October 12 - November 10
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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Leading up to the 60th anniversary of the Kinngait Studios, this exhibition features sixty graphics, one from each year since its establishment in 1959. The works chosen showcase the many artists who passed through the studios (also know as the “co-op”) between 1959-2019, highlighting key artistic innovations and developments in style, technique, scale, medium, and subject matter.

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Art Fair: Art Toronto 2019

October 25 - October 27
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front St West
Toronto, Ontario M5V2W6 Canada
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Feheley Fine Arts is excited to return to Art Toronto for the fair’s 20th year anniversary. The gallery has proudly exhibited at the annual international art fair every year since its inception, showcasing the finest in contemporary Inuit prints, drawing, and sculpture. This year we look forward to presenting outstanding works by artists including Ooloosie Saila, Saimaiyu Akesuk, Ningiukulu Teevee, Shuvinai Ashoona, Johnny Pootoogook, Adam Alorut, and more.

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November 2019

Exhibition: Where the River Widens

November 16 - December 14
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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In Inuktitut, the hamlet of Baker Lake is called Qamani'tuaq—“where the river widens.” Known as one of the most artistic communities in the Canadian arctic, Baker Lake is also one of the most geographically interesting: it is the North’s sole inland community with one of the harshest climates in North America. This selection of graphics by Baker Lake artists pays tribute to the land, culture, and life that has shaped their community. See work by artists Jessie Oonark, Janet Kigusiuq,…

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Exhibition: Small Sculptures by Great Artists

November 30, 2019 - January 11, 2020
Feheley Fine Arts, 65 George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5A4L8 Canada
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The tradition continues at Feheley Fine Arts! Join us for our 27th annual exhibition of small-scale sculptures. Pieces span the past 50 years from various regions across the Canadian arctic. This year, see works by renowned sculptors George Arluk, John Kavik, Jamasie Pitseolak, John Tiktak, Oviloo Tunnillie, and more.

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