All membranes are porous
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As a supplement to the Kamloops Art Gallery’s exhibition All membranes are porous, the KAG has produced an online pdf reference providing a list of works and artists included in the exhibition.

Kamloops Art Gallery, 2016
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Hugh Hanson Davidson:
A Life in the Arts
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Hugh Hanson Davidson was a lifelong collector and a supporter of the arts who gave generously. That he bequeathed his collection to the Kamloops Art Gallery speaks to his commitment to this Gallery and the close relationship with Executive Director Jann L.M. Bailey. This publication is a testament to the work of the many artists in our country, province and region, and is a glimpse into the life of an insightful collector.

In conjunction with Hugh Hanson Davidson: A Life in the Arts  presented at the Kamloops Art Gallery from April 2 to June 18, 2016, the Gallery has published a full-colour catalogue.

Essay by Roger H. Boulet, exhibition guest curator. Foreword by Margaret Chrumka.

Kamloops Art Gallery, 2016
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Kevin Schmidt:
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An interdisciplinary artist working across performance, video, photography and installation who has exhibited widely across North America and Europe, Schmidt is perhaps best known for performance expeditions and interventions into the natural world, which are documented in photographs, installations and videos. Schmidt addresses the tensions between man and nature, performance and document, indoors and outdoors, combining notions of the heroic with the seemingly amateur by using visible reminders of construction and theatrical devices - smoke machines, stage lights and DIY photographic equipment. Works are often situated in remote locations, where Schmidt stages remarkable events that transfer elements of urban culture into untouched natural contexts, such as Aurora with Roman Candle, which shows him firing roman candles at the Aurora Borealis, and his eleven and- a-half hour Epic Journey.

Kevin Schmidt is published in partnership with Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver and Kamloops Art Gallery and includes essays by Nigel Prince, Charo Neville and Kathleen Ritter.

Will be available through Black Dog Publishing and the Gallery Store in late 2017.
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Ideas & Things
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As a supplement to the Kamloops Art Gallery’s exhibition Ideas & Things, the KAG has produced an online pdf reference providing installation documentation and texts on the artists and works in the exhibitions. Designed by Ross Macaulay.

Kamloops Art Gallery, 2015
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CUSTOM MADE Tsitslem te stem te ck'ultens-kuc
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As a supplement to the Kamloops Art Gallery’s exhibition CUSTOM MADE, the KAG has produced an online pdf reference providing an essay by Tania Willard, Aboriginal Curator in Residence, and a list of works and artists included in the exhibition. Designed by Ross Macaulay.

Kamloops Art Gallery, 2015
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