1. Folk-Funk (AGNS)Exhibit
“Ranging from social and political statements to satirical works, professional clay artists molded their visions to tell an untold story.“
Folk/Funk (Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, July 22, 2017 – July 15, 2018)

2. Claude Monet's Secret Garden (VAG)Exhibit
“19th century French painter, Claude Monet, has a few of his works from his Secret Garden collection that will be viewed for a limited time. “
Claude Monet’s Secret Garden (Vancouver Art Gallery, June 24 – October 1, 2017)

3. Every. Now. Then - Reframing Nationhood (AGO)Exhibit
“Established Canadians artists explores Canada’s past, present, and future, offering a glimpse of their insight. “
Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood (Art Gallery of Ontario, June 29 – December 10, 2017)

4. Northern Visions - Contemporary Inuit Ceramics (GM)Exhibit
“Artists from Rankin Inlet created ceramic art works which resembles attributes of the Inuit people. “
Northern Visions: Contemporary Inuit Ceramics (Gardiner Museum, June 8 – September 10, 2017)

5. Cutline - From the Photography Archives of the Globe and Mail (AGA)Exhibit
“Time truly stands still on a photograph, but these golden era photos moved people during the time it was taken as Canadians viewed them in the newspaper. Revisit those iconic moments which defined the twentieth century. “
Cutline: From the Photography Archives of the Globe and Mail (Art Gallery of Alberta, July 1 – November 12, 2017)

6. The Perspective From Here - 150 Artists from the North (TBAG)Exhibit
“To celebrate Canada’s 150 year anniversary, gathered works from 150 artists expresses their experiences through a variety of different art types of art works.”
The Perspective From Here: 150 Artists from the North (Thunder Bay Art Gallery, June 22 – September 24, 2017)

7. The Fabulous Desity of the Paintings of the Abbes Desjardins (MNBAQ)Exhibit
“There have been nearly 200 paintings that were confiscated during the French Revolution which will be viewed again in the modern day for a limited time. “
The Fabulous Destiny of the Paintings of the Abbes Desjardins (Musée National des Beaux-Arts du Québec, June 15 – September 4, 2017)

National Gallery of Canada

“There is no generational gap between father and son as these two artists provide original perspectives among visitors.”
Masterpiece in Focus – Related Works: Ron Moppett and Damian Moppett (at National Gallery of Canada, May 12 – September 10, 2017)

Galerie DivisionExhibit
“This solo exhibition features works from Toronto based artist Alex McLeod with breathtaking visuals formed by CG design.”
Alex McLeod – History of the World (at Galerie Division, May 4 – June 17, 2017) http://www.galeriedivision.com/montreal/exhibition/-history-of-the-world

Rodman Hall Art CentreExhibit
“Three artists join together to explore the theme of perception that gives off an alluring sensation beyond experience.” AfterImage – John Noestheden, Reinhard Reitzenstein, Gayle Young (at Rodman Hall Art Centre, May 27 – August 20, 2017)

“Projected images on objects give a different perception which evokes more of a relationship among the visitors and the art.”
Maria Hupfield – The One Who Keeps On Giving (at Southern Alberta Art Gallery, June 23 – September 10, 2017) http://saag.ca/art/exhibitions/0719-the-one-who-keeps-on-giving

Richmond Art GalleryExhibit
“Witness firsthand a collection of illustrative art from artists that recognizes Canada’s natural landscapes as it changes overtime.”
Beyond the Horizon (at Richmond Art Gallery, July 8 – August 20, 2017)

Cooper Cole GalleryExhibit
“Supported by the Toronto Arts Council, this solo exhibition displays remarkably deft works that gives art a new voice.”
Nikki Woolsey (at Cooper Cole Gallery, May 26 – July 8, 2017)

“Celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary by viewing art that tells the story about a community’s enriched history”
Peel 150: Stories of Canada (at Peel Art Gallery, Museum & Archives, June 29 – October 15, 2017) https://pama.peelregion.ca/en/exhibitions/upcomingexhibitions.asp

“For millions of Canadians, winter means hockey and hockey means everything. Share our magnificent obsession with our national sport.”
Hockey in Canada – More than just a game (at Canadian Museum of History, March 9 – October 9, 2017) http://www.historymuseum.ca/event/hockey-in-canada-more-than-just-a-game/

“The exhibition features more than 180 black and white and colour prints from the 1920s through to the 1970s, including the iconic images Evans made in the American South during the Great Depression”
Walker Evans: Depth of Field (at Vancouver Art Gallery, until January 22, 2017) http://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/the_exhibitions/upcoming_exhibitions.html

“Steenbeckett (2002) brings to North America for the first time the Canadian filmmaker’s most important lens-based installation work to date.”
Atom Egoyan: Steenbeckett (at Mackenzie Art Gallery, until January 2, 2017) http://www.mackenzieartgallery.ca/engage/exhibitions/atom-egoyan…

“This exhibition invites visitors to accompany some of the greatest artists of the 19th and 20th centuries on a spiritual journey of self-discovery.”
Mystical Landscapes: Masterpieces from Monet, Van Gogh and more (at Art Gallery of Ontario, until January 29, 2017) http://www.ago.net/ago-brings-rare-masterpieces-from-monet-van-gogh…

“Artists have depicted the Fathers of Confederation, who have held that post from Sir John A Macdonald to Justin Trudeau, in engravings, lithographs, drawings, paintings, and sculpture.”
Confederation – 150 Years: 23 Prime Ministers (at Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, until March 19, 2017) https://www.artgalleryofnovascotia.ca/exhibitions/confederation-150…

“Our Land will be one of the first opportunities to view this outstanding selection of sculptures, prints, textiles, and new media in several years.”
Our Land – Contemporary Art from the Arctic (at Winnipeg Art Gallery, until April 9, 2017) http://wag.ca/art/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions/display,exhibition/192/our-land

“This exhibit features recent and historic work by a range of pioneering and visionary artists from around the world”
The Edge of the Earth: Climate Change in Photography and Video (at Ryerson Image Center, until Dec. 4, 2016) http://www.ryerson.ca/ric/exhibitions/Climate.html

“Features his exquisite, highly stylized black-and-white portraits of the celebrities of his time – Richard Gere, Andy Warhol, Patti Smith and Yoko Ono, among others”
Focus: Perfection Robert Mapplethorpe (at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, until Jan. 22, 2017) http://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/exhibitions/upcoming/mapplethorpe

“Discover the complex relationship between a legendary man and one of the most beautiful cities in the world”
Napoleon and Paris (at Canadian Museum of History, until Jan. 8, 2017) http://www.historymuseum.ca/napoleon/

“From Africa to Asia to the Americas, women artisans are forming cooperatives to reach new markets. This is vibrant, inviting exhibition that features beautiful examples of the cooperatives’ handmade arts, such as hand-woven baskets, and textiles”
Empowering Women: Artisan Cooperatives That Transform Communities (at Canadian Museum of History, until Jan. 8, 2017) https://humanrights.ca/exhibit/empowering-women

“Explore the history and evolution of tattooing in this exciting new exhibition. Tattoos offers fascinating insights into ancient practices, histories, meanings and the revival of the global phenomenon of body art”
Tattoos. Ritual. Identity. Obsession. Art (at Royal Ontario Museum, until Sep. 5, 2016

“Dale Chihuly, an American sculptor, has mastered the alluring, translucent and transparent qualities of ice, water, glass and neon, to create works of art that transform the viewer experience”
Chihuly – From Sand. From Fire. Comes Beauty (at Royal Ontario Museum, until Jan. 2, 2017) http://www.rom.on.ca/en/chihuly

“Last seen entering Baffin Bay in August 1845, The Franklin expedition has fascinated generations of Canadians”
The Franklin Exploration (at New Brunswick Museum, until Mar. 23, 2019)

“Ottawa-based artist Alma Duncan spent her entire life creating, interpreting, observing, and rendering. With pen in hand…”
ALMA: The Life and Art of Alma Duncan (1917–2004) (at Art Gallery of Windsor, until Apr. 10, 2016) https://www.agw.ca/exhibitions/upcoming/435

unlimited edition attempts to construct an art historical framework that looks at how prints by Aboriginal and Inuit artists…”
Unlimited Edition (at Thunder Bay Art Gallery, until Jan. 10, 2016)

“The reunification of ancient Egypt achieved by Nebhepetre Mentuhotep II — the first pharaoh of the Middle Kingdom…”
Ancient Egypt Transformed: The Middle Kingdom (at Met. Museum of Art, until Jan. 24, 2016) http://www.metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2015/ancient-egypt-transformed

“This exhibition covers hockey, figure skating and speed skating, along with many other…”
LACE UP! CANADA’S PASSION FOR SKATING (at Canadian Museum of History, until Jan. 7, 2016) http://www.historymuseum.ca/event/lace-up-canadas-passion-for-skating

“Evocative of the contemporary urban experience from Beijing to Toronto…”
Song Dong’s Communal Courtyard (at Art Gallery of Ontario, Jan. 30 – Jul. 17, 2016)

“The first exhibition to explore the complex social history and cultural significance of the footwear…”
The Rise of Sneaker Culture (at Brooklyn Museum, until Oct. 4, 2015) https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/exhibitions/rise_of_sneaker_culture

“The exhibition FOOTPRINT takes you on a journey through the history of shoes in fashion…”
FOOTPRINT. THE TRACKS OF SHOES IN FASHION (On Now at MoMu until Feb. 14, 2016) http://www.momu.be/en/tentoonstelling/footprint.html

“Over 150 stunning historic & contemporary pieces are on display, including textiles, embroidery, beadwork and more.”
¡Viva México! Clothing and Culture (On Now at the ROM until May 23)

“Canadian premiere exhibition tells the dramatic story of a city frozen in time.”
Pompeii (On Now at the ROM until January 3) http://www.rom.on.ca/en/Pompeii

Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic (On Now at the AGO until Sept 20) http://www.ago.net/picturing-the-americas

“Visitors will travel with Carr as she explores this landscape and its indigenous communities.”
From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia -Now at the AGO (On Now until August 9) http://www.ago.net/emilycarr

“Approximately 20,000 to 25,000 enthusiastic people visit the Summer Show to meet the makers and see their work.”
Muskoka Arts & Crafts 2015 Summer Show (July 17, 18, & 19) http://www.muskokaartsandcrafts.com/Summer_Show/summer_show.htm

Picturing the Americas Walking Tour (July 04, 10 am–2 pm & July 25, 10 am–2 pm)

“This film is in response to the installation of Geoffrey Farmer’s work Look in my face; my name is Might-have-been; I am also called No-more, Too-late, Farewell as a public sculpture in Toronto.”
A Film Program Curated by Geoffrey Farmer: Here, Now at the AGO (June 20 – June 29, 2015)

“Some 200 of these indelible scenes are included in Memory Unearthed, comprising a visual and emotional meditation on a harrowing moment in history.”
Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross: Here, Now at the AGO (Now until June 14, 2015) http://www.ago.net/memory-unearthed-the-lodz-ghetto

Armstrong is proud to sponsor: Vera Frenkel: Here, Now at MOCCA (November 8 – December 28, 2014)

Armstrong is proud to sponsor: TBD at MOCCA (September 5 – October 25, 2014)

Armstrong is proud to sponsor: Wanderlust: The Life and Times of William Lees Judson at Museum London (August 23 – December 7, 2014)

Thank-you letter from: A private collector appreciated our crew’s beyond-excellence services (June, 2014)

Armstrong is proud to sponsor: THE SAHMAT COLLECTIVE at Art Gallery of Mississauga (July 24 – October 19, 2014)




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