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Pierre Soulages, Sérigraphie no.15: Walnut Traces (detail), 1981, serigraph on paper. Collection of the University of Saskatchewan.

Proliferate: works on paper

An exhibition bringing together a selection of works on paper from USask’s vast art collection

Works on paper from the University of Saskatchewan Art Collection

Date: Sept. 13–Dec. 18
Location: College Art Galleries I and II, Peter MacKinnon Building, 107 Administration Place

Free and open to the public

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Curator: Leah Taylor
Curatorial assistance: Caitlin Campbell
Exhibition essay: Cole Thompson

Proliferate brings together a selection of works on paper from the University of Saskatchewan’s accumulative and vast art collection. Developed through close investigation of the vault’s map drawers and racks—containing works often out of sight—this exhibition ultimately presents a disparate range of artists and movements in a non-linear format, ranging from the 19th century through to the 21st century.

Tracing the rich histories and ideas found in the collection’s holdings, Proliferate includes prints, paintings, drawings and photographs. Situating these works together, we are able to form new connections and interrelationships through unexpected, and even playful, encounters.


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