Kara Hamilton - Water in Two Colours

Kara Hamilton - Water in Two Colours

May 02, 2019

Toronto-based artist Kara Hamilton was trained in architecture and design, and she challenges these disciplines while exploring materials and their complex histories. In this new body of work, Hamilton presents us with found objects that have been transformed in ways that allow us to create new spatial and narrative connections between them. These objects, strange and familiar, invite us to reflect on our shared environments, both natural and constructed.

For this project, Hamilton had an ongoing conversation with Lithuanian curator and writer Raimundas Malašauskas. His response is included as a take-away pamphlet in the exhibition.

Dates - Until 23rd June 2019

Exhibition Hours: 10.30am to 9pm

Venue: Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas St. W, Toronto ON

Directions - www.ago.ca/visit

Website - www.ago.ca/

 




Also in Exhibition News

Thierry and Antoine Faure's Winter Exhibition
Thierry and Antoine Faure's Winter Exhibition

December 20, 2021

Thierry Faure and his son Antoine are holding a family exhibition showcasing their artworks across a variety of themes from animals to abstract, as well scenes taken from the social interactions around music. Their gallery is situated in the north of France. So, if in the area be sure to pop by for this visual feast. Full details below. 

Read More

European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM), Barcelona
European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM), Barcelona

October 28, 2021

The European Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) is housed in a 18th century mansion, with artworks spread over three floors. The Museum features works by artists from the 20th and 21st century, containing a collection of artworks that includes Art-Deco, contemporary figurative art, modern sculpture including 20th century Catalan sculptures too.

Read More

Tate Britain
Tate Britain

October 22, 2021

Back in 1897 when Tate Britain opened to the public, it was a single site museum with a collection of British artworks, albeit quite small in size. Since its inception it has continued to go from strength to strength. It now has four different sites and contains 70,000 artworks from both within the United Kingdom and globally. For artlovers living or indeed visiting London it is must see on the cultural tour of London.

Read More