New Lines: Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada with Rhiannon Vogl
Thursday, June 19, 6 pm
Gallery C, Main Level
$15/ $8 AGA Members
Free for Ultra and Curator’s Circle Members and Artist Patrons
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Get an exclusive sneak peek and learn more about New Lines: Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada with exhibition curator Rhiannon Vogl.
Rhiannon Vogl received her Master of Arts in Art History from Carleton University, Ottawa in 2007. Since then, she has held the position of Curatorial Assistant, Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Canada. There, she has curated a number of diverse and dynamic exhibitions, including Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada, Mendel Art Gallery Saskatoon (2014); Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts exhibition (2014; 2013; 2012; 2011); Phil Collins: they shoot horses (NGC@MOCCA 2013); and Spectral Landscape: Peter Doig, Sarah Anne Johnson and Tim Gardner (NGC@MOCCA 2012). She has participated in the organization of both the NGC’s presentations at the Venice Biennale, Steven Shearer: Exhume to Consume (2011) and Shary Boyle: Music for Silence (2013). Her outside curatorial projects have included Isabelle Pauwels: Art Star 5 Video Biennale, SAW Gallery, Ottawa (2013) and Through Thick and Thistle, Modern Fuel, Kingston (2012). Her writing has appeared in numerous catalogues produced by the NGC as well as ‘Art & Place: Site-specific Art of the Americas’ (Phaidon, 2013); ‘Breathing Under Water: Glynis Humphrey’ (Axenéo7, Gatineau); Guerilla Magazine, Border Crossings Magazine; Canadian Art Magazine; Paroles Gelées: UCLA French Studies Journal; Vemissage Magazine; and The Ottawa Xpress.
Held in conjunction with New Lines: Contemporary Drawings from the National Gallery of Canada.