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Roy Caussy: The King is Dead…

This exhibition is both a sympathetic and celebratory mourning of the fading power and influence of Baby boomers. Roy Caussy examines some of this generation’s legacies like the creation of systems that now dictate most aspects of our lives, including those within the music industry that determine how the next pop hit is manufactured. Caussy is interested in how this generation has moved –as Joni Mitchell puts it– from Hippy to yippy, to Boomer yuppie. Through ceramics, installation and drawing, this exhibition examines how flower children became champions of privatization and capitalism. 

Organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta. Curated by Lindsey Sharman.

The RBC New Works Gallery features new artworks by Alberta artists and continues the Art Gallery of Alberta’s tradition of supporting and promoting Alberta artists.

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Due to COVID-19, we were unable to hold Artist in Conversation: Roy Caussy in connection with the RBC New Works exhibition Roy Caussy: The King is Dead… But, AGA Curator Lindsey Sharman and artist Roy Caussy were able to exchange questions and answers remotely and documented their discussion to share with selected images of the exhibition. Read their conversation here.


Lindsey V. Sharman is Curator of the Art Gallery of Alberta. She has studied Art History and Curating in Canada, England, Switzerland and Austria, earning degrees from the University of Saskatchewan and the University of the Arts, Zurich.


Roy Caussy was born in Hamilton, ON, and is currently based out of Medicine Hat. His work often revolves around serendipity, intuition and associations, with research interests in WWII and the emergence of a youth demographic and youth marketing; diasporas and cycles; and the tension between our egos and our interconnectedness.

Organized by
  • Art Gallery of Alberta


Monday: closed
Tuesday: closed
Wednesday: closed
Thursday: 11am-7pm
Friday: 11am-5pm
Saturday: 11am-5pm
Sunday: closed


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Edmonton, Alberta
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