Barbara Astman in The 80s Image


In this exhibition, you'll see approximately 50 works by Canadian artists whose paintings and photographs helped to define the 1980s, including Peter Doig, Wanda Koop, Ken Lum, General Idea, Eleanor Bond, Barbara Astman and many more.

 
DateSaturday, September 29, 2018 - 11:00am

Website

https://www.wag.ca/art/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/display,exhibition/222/the-80s-image

Location

Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Boulevard Winnipeg, Manitoba

SEPT 29-SPRING 2019

If "video killed the radio star" in 1980, what impact did video have on traditional art media? The 80s Image explores the curious resiliency of painting and still-photography throughout the decade, and artists' responsiveness to the rapidly expanding media landscape-video, television, cinema, satellite and computer imagery, and billboard advertising. In this exhibition, you'll see approximately 50 works by Canadian artists whose paintings and photographs helped to define the 1980s, including Peter Doig, Wanda Koop, Ken Lum, General Idea, Eleanor Bond, Barbara Astman and many more.



photo banner on the outside of the gallery, woman in black with red additions
DateSaturday, September 29, 2018 - 11:00am

Website

https://www.wag.ca/art/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/display,exhibition/222/the-80s-image

Location

Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Boulevard Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Saturday, September 29, 2018 - 11:00am

SEPT 29-SPRING 2019

If "video killed the radio star" in 1980, what impact did video have on traditional art media? The 80s Image explores the curious resiliency of painting and still-photography throughout the decade, and artists' responsiveness to the rapidly expanding media landscape-video, television, cinema, satellite and computer imagery, and billboard advertising. In this exhibition, you'll see approximately 50 works by Canadian artists whose paintings and photographs helped to define the 1980s, including Peter Doig, Wanda Koop, Ken Lum, General Idea, Eleanor Bond, Barbara Astman and many more.

Venue & Address: 
Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Boulevard Winnipeg, Manitoba
Website: 
https://www.wag.ca/art/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/display,exhibition/222/the-80s-image
photo banner on the outside of the gallery, woman in black with red additions
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