INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY

Includes J Akulukjuk, Nellie Appakqaq, Bill Henderson, Stanley Clifford Hunt, Tom Hunt, Charlie Inukpuk, Alex Janvier, Moses Katiak, Iziasie Kopalie, Bessie Kukilukak, Allie Kusudluak, Terry McCue, Napatchie Noah, Daphne Odjig, William Pigalak, Jane Ash Poitras, Kananginak Pootoogook, Lucy Quinnauyuak, Allen Sapp, Pudlalik Shaa, Stewart Steinhauer, U. Unknown
Sunday, June 21, 2020

Showing Iziasie Kopalie

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY

Established in 1974, with a mandate to support Canadian artists, Canada House Gallery has become a national leader in sharing the artwork of Canada’s Indigenous artists to an international audience.

Located in Banff National Park - a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Canada House Gallery acknowledges the Treaty of 1877, Treaty Seven, and the Treaty of 1895 between the salmon and buffalo peoples. There is deep and enduring memory of this valley held by Ktunaxa (too-naa-xha), Secwepemc (sha-whep-mak, or Shuswap), Métis, Dene & Tsuu T'ina, Mountain Cree, Siksika & Blackfoot, and Stoney Nakoda peoples. The Government of Canada, in cooperation with Indigenous organizations, chose the Summer Solstice to recognize and celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day.

Join us in honouring Indigenous heritage and culture through this exquisite exhibition of curated artworks by some of Canada’s most prominent Indigenous artists. Northwest Coast, Cree, Ojibwe, Dene Suline/Saulteaux, and Inuit artworks and cultural stories are showcased in this exceptional exhibition.

All artwork subject to presale.

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soapstone, caribou antler
3 x 8 x 7.5 in.
$950 CAD


E6567, Qikiqtarjuaq/Broughton Island
Kopalie Kopalie, Iziasee Kopalie, Isazie Kopalie, Iziacie Kopalie

Born on 07/03/1948 in Qikiqtarjuaq/Broughton Island. Nationality is Inuit

Exhibitions

L’art Inuit, presented by l’Iglou Art Esquimau, Douai at Les Martred-de-Vevre
L’art Inuit, presented by l’Iglou Art Esquimau, Douai at Palais de L’Europe, Le Touquet
Small Sculptures from Across the Canadian Arctic, Feheley Fine Arts, Toronto, ON
The Treasured Monument, Marion Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC
Major/Minor, Marion Scott Gallery, Vancouver, BC