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3 TEAMS: 3 VISIONS
University Boulevard Architectural Design Competition

The University of British Columbia is inviting architects to compete in presenting their visions for the new architecture and public spaces that will define the new University Boulevard neighbourhood.

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Electrifying Art
Atsuko Tanaka 1956 – 1968

One of the most influential artists of post-war Japan, Atsuko Tanaka’s (b. 1932) installations and performances provided a benchmark position of the Japanese avant garde.

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Daniel Richter
Pink Flag – White Horse

This exhibition presented nine of Daniel Richter’s iconic paintings. The works represent a significant contribution to renewed discussion of painting’s importance in 21st century artmaking.

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Tickle Your Catastrophe
UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition

Lynette Gillis, Anna Harrison, Kyla Mallett, Eleanor Morgan, Heather Passmore and Melissa Pauw.

The Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery was pleased to launch the 2004 fall exhibition schedule with the University of British Columbia’s Masters of Fine Arts graduate exhibition. This was an excellent opportunity to view the work of six emerging artists whose practices explore the mediums of video, installation, sculpture and photography.

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AA Bronson
The Quick and the Dead

AA Bronson’s first solo exhibition in Canada since the demise of General Idea, The Quick & The Dead, brought together significant early and recent works that meditate on life, death and individuality.

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Thrown
Influences and Intentions of West Coast Ceramics

This exhibition presented over 700 ceramics produced since the 1960s that were influenced by the studio pottery movement of Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada.

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3×3
Flavin, Andre, Judd

An exhibition of works by Carl Andre, Dan Flavin and Donald Judd organised and circulated by the National Gallery of Canada / Organisée et mise en tournée par le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada; featuring archival materials, sketches and three major pieces by each artist.

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Belkin Invitational
UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition

Jerry Allen, Dick Averns, Christine D'Onofrio and Jennifer Pickering.

This exhibition marked the graduation of four artists from the MFA in Visual Art program at the University of British Columbia: Jerry Allen, Dick Averns, Christine D’Onofrio, and Jennifer Pickering.

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Here and There
Works from the Collection

A summer exhibition featuring works recently acquired or donated to the permanent collection, including Kate Craig’s Flying Leopard Costume (c. late 1960s), Andrea Fraser’s Official Welcome (2002) and AA Breakfast (1995) by Wolfgang Tillmans.

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Kelly Wood
Continuous Garbage Project 1998-2003

Marking the completion of a long project, this exhibition was the first opportunity to view Kelly Wood’s The Continuous Garbage Project in its entirety.

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Various Properties

Curated by Heather Bjorgan, Alice Edwards, Katie Spicer and Kiriko Watanabe, the inaugural exhibition of the Critical Curatorial Studies graduate program presented recent acquisitions to the Morris and Helen Belkin Art Gallery permanent collection.

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Rebecca Belmore

Co-curated by Charlotte Townsend-Gault and Scott Watson, the exhibition featured new installation, video and photographic work created over the summer during a residency at the Belkin Satellite.

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Dogwood
UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition

An excellent opportunity to view the work of five emerging artists whose practices explore the mediums of painting, photography, video and installation: Sean Alward, Gavin Hipkins, Tim Lee, Natasha McHardy, Ann Shelton. An illustrated catalogue is available.

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The Art of the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

Co-curated by Scott Watson, Director of the Belkin Gallery; Zheng Sheng Tian, Independent Scholar and Artist, Delta, BC; and Yan Shan Chen, Senior Researcher of Art at the Shenzhen Art Academy, Shenzhen, People’s Republic of China, this exhibition features the propaganda arts and rare materials of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. 1966-1976.

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Andrea Fraser
Exhibition

Canada’s first exhibition of work by New York artist Andrea Fraser. The exhibition focuses on recent and new performance-based video works and includes Official Welcome performed at the opening reception and realized into video for the exhibition.

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