Forthcoming Exhibitions - Station Gallery

Greg Forrest
February 24 - April 8
An exhibition of representational 1:1 scale bronze sculpture by Sobey Award-nominated London-based artist Greg Forrest comprising his Stanley Cup Washing Machine, and Drum Kit, a piece replicating the instruments used by the late Keith Moon, former drummer for The Who.

Ryan Legassicke
February 24 - April 8
This mixed media sculptural site-specific installation, includes drawing, photography and sculpture by this Pickering artist.

Order Inside Chaos
Mary Ellen McQuay
April 14 - May 27
Order Inside Chaos comprises photographic installations by Whitby artist Mary Ellen McQuay based on her experiences of natural sites that include the native marshlands of Whitby, northern Canadian lakes and the Atlantic shoreline.

Paper Planes II
June 2 - July 15
Paper Planes II, is comprised of print works from the Station Gallery Permanent Collection.

Durham Potters Guild
July 21 - September 2
A group exhibition, which features works of members of the Durham Potters Guild.

Turn of the Screw
Keith Campbell
July 21 - September 2
A solo exhibition of clay sculpture lovingly satirizing ideas of Canadian culture by renowned North Bay-based ceramist Keith Campbell.

Landmarks of Industrial Britain
Carl Zimmerman
September 8 – October 21
A photo-conceptual installation by Nova Scotia artist Carl Zimmerman comprising images of faux architectural structures of 19th century England.

Landmarks of Whitby
September 9 - October 21
Photographic images of Whitby’s architectural past with an emphasis on the former Whitby Psychiatric Hospital.

Prohibited Areas & NonSites: Invoking Camp X & Pickering Works
October 27 - December 2
A group exhibition based on the historical influence WWII exerted on the development of the Whitby area via the Defense Industries Limited war plant in Ajax, and the secret Camp X site in Whitby – artists include Sarah Beck (Saskatoon), Peter Dykhuis (Halifax), Joseph Hubbard (London), Barb Hunt (Corner Brook Newfoundland) and Adrian Göllner (Ottawa).

Curated by Gil McElroy, Station Gallery Interim Curator. Organized by Station Gallery with the assistance of the Ontario Arts Council.






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