Winnipeg Art Gallery – located at the Northern Point of the Gallery
Saturday, April 25 – July 31st, 2015
In what may prove its highest-profile event ever, núna (now), commissioned a sculptural work from Theresa Himmer, an artist whose spangled creations have enhanced the cityscape of Reykjavík for years. Her creation, Waterfall #2 marks the fact that the current WAG building was opened the very same year that Winnipeg and Reykjavík became sister cities – 1971. The work is on view for the public now!
Commissioned by núna (now), Iceland Canada Art Convergence
Presenting Partners: Winnipeg Art Gallery & RAW: Gallery of Architecture & Design
The project is generously supported by: Manitoba Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts, Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd , Raymond Vauclair Projects Ltd., Bobcat Rents
Special thank you to Kathy Pratt of Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd. (Winnipeg), Noel and Raymond of Raymond Vauclair Projects Ltd., Charles Slocombe of Bobcat Rents.