Three works from the Folded Earth series are in the group exhibit in the Canadian Pavilion at World Expo Dubai 2021. This work is shown alongside artworks by other contemporary Canadian artists from all geographic regions, cultural backgrounds and aesthetic practices whose art addresses today’s challenges and seeks to build a more collaborative, sustainable future.
World Expo Dubai
Dubai Exhibition Center
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Oct. 1, 2021 – Mar. 31, 2022
Open for in-person preview weekend by appointment Nov 12-14, 2021
Studio 336, 3rd floor, 1000 Parker Street
ECC WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION
November 18-21, 2021
A solo exhibition by Tracy McMenemy
1444 Dupont St, Unit 22, Toronto
Opening reception September 11, 1-5pm
2021 Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival
Thank you IDG for this little spotlight!
New work appears in July at Cayman Art Week. If you're in the area drop in for "A Night with the Artists" at IDG Design Studio with myself, Julie Corsetti and Carlos V. Garcia.
A bit about the new work, Hibiscus Thatch:
"Tracy McMenemy’s current base in a long practice of location-specific art making is Grand Cayman Island, where she works alternately between a rooftop overlooking the ocean and palm trees, and on the land itself. Her current series, Hibiscus Thatch, explores two of the island’s prominent plants, and their relationship to each other, their environment, and ourselves."
I'm pleased to announce that Global Affairs Canada has acquired several works from the series Folded Earth for their private collection.
Festival Hours 2019
Thursday, November 14,
5 pm - 10 pm
Friday, November 15, 5 pm - 10 pm
Saturday, November 16, 11 am - 6 pm
Sunday, November 17 , 11 am - 6 pm
IDS Interior Design Show
Opening night party Thursday, Sept 26; 7pm-11pm
Vancouver Convention Centre West
The Girls Are Coming!
A Visual Voyage of Brideship Tynemouth
Opens on International Women’s Day
March 8, 2019
Vancouver Maritime Museum
1905 Ogden Ave.
March 7, 7:00 p.m.
The exhibition runs until June 16, or 99 days – the same length of time as the journey the young women took 157 years ago.
Thank you Globe and Mail and Marsha Lederman