- Kent Monkman, Study for “mistikôsiwak (Wooden Boat People): Resurgence of the People,” (Variation finale), 2019. Acrylique sur toile, 107,3 × 213,4 cm. Collection de la Sobey Art Foundation © Kent Monkman
The Generations exhibition focuses on the collections of the Sobey family, which rank among the most remarkable private collections of Canadian art.
The 175 works exhibited belonging to different members of three generations of the Sobey family showcase emblematic figures of 19th and 20th century Canadian art: Emily Carr, the Group of Seven, David Milne, William Kurelek, Peter Doig, and Mario Doucette, in addition to Canadian Impressionists. The collections also encompass a considerable number of works by James Wilson Morrice, Paul-Émile Borduas and Jean Paul Lemieux. CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY.
The Sobey collections do not overlook 21st-century art. The exhibition includes works by great contemporary First Nations artists such as Annie Pootoogook, Brenda Draney, Joseph Tisiga, Brian Jungen, Ursula Johnson, and Kent Monkman, several of whom have received the prestigious Sobey Art Award.
February 16 to May 12, 2024 Tuesday - 10h00AM-5h00PM Wednesday - 10h00AM-9h00PM Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday - 10h00AM-5h00PM
Adult $25/ Senior (65 and over) $23/ 18 to 30 years old $15/ 13 to 17 years old $7 / 12 years old and less Free