Shadows for Humans, 2003/04 Marble

 

NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA, OTTAWA ON

Shine a Light: Canadian Biennial 2014

17 Oct 2014 - 08 Mar 2015

Contemporary Art Galleries

 

The exhibition Shine a Light highlights a selection of recent acquisitions to the National Gallery of Canada’s Canadian Contemporary, Indigenous and Photography holdings. It showcases some of the best and most innovative works being made today in a variety – and often combination of – media, from video and film to drawing and painting, photography to sculpture and installation. It reveals the unique ways contemporary Canadian artists are responding to the larger social and political state of the world through their art and how they are choosing interdisciplinary modes of self-expression that transcend traditional categories, materials and genres. The exhibition takes the pulse of contemporary art production in Canada as it becomes part of our national art history.

 

UPCOMING:

NOVEMBER 8th: Meet the Expert series. I will be giving a short presentation at the National Gallery of Canada.

2013. The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, purchases the work in three parts: Shadows for Humans by Vanessa Paschakarnis for their collection.

Die Nationalgalerie von Kanada in Ottawa, Ontario kauft die dreiteilige Arbeit Shadows for Humans fuer ihre Sammlung.

 

2009. Blickachsen 7, Bad Homburg, Germany.

Vanessa wins the Best Young Artist Award. Vanessa gewinnt den Foerderpreis fuer die beste Nachwuchskuenstlerin.

Blickachsen 7, 17. Mai - 4.Oktober 2009


Blue Moon, 2010 was exhibited at Sculpture Today: New Forces, New Forms; 2011/2012 at the Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
VANESSA PASCHAKARNIS, PHYSICAL ENCOUNTERS / KOERPERLICHE BEGEGNUNGEN
VANESSA PASCHAKARNIS, SHADOWS OF DOMESTICATION
Vanessa with her "Bestia Romana", 2009
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