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Propped Art Exhibit, Oakville Galleries, 2017

“Propped” by Oakville Galleries until September 2, 2017

Oakville Galleries presents “Propped” until September 2, 2017 at both the Centennial Square gallery and the Gairloch Gardens gallery.

Corin Sworn art exhibit

Oakville Galleries presents Corin Sworn and Aleksandra Domanović

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our spring exhibitions–Corin Sworn, a self-titled show by the Glasgow-based artist; and Mother of This Domain, an exhibition of works by Berlin-based artist Aleksandra Domanović.

Pictures in a Gallery

Oakville Galleries wins four OAAG Awards

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce that it took home top honours at the 38th annual Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) Awards.

Cubist colourful image

Fact and Fiction at the Oakville Galleries this Fall

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our fall exhibitions—The Missing Novella, a solo exhibition by Toronto-based artist Derek Sullivan; and Wild Permutations, a survey of Montreal-based photographer Jessica Eaton’s work. Please join ...

Oakville Galleries - Kelly Wallace

Redrawing the Line at Oakville Galleries this Summer

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our summer exhibition Out of Line, a group exhibition surveying recent works by more than 30 Canadian artists working in the expanded field of drawing.

Samuel Roy-Bois, Not a new world, just an old trick (installation view), SFU Gallery,

Samuel Roy-Bois: Not a new world, just an old trick

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our spring exhibition Not a new world, just an old trick, a large scalable structure by Vancouver-based artist Samuel Roy-Bois.

Roula Partheniou, Nook, 2014.

Roula Partheniou: House & Home & Garden

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our spring exhibitions—House & Home & Garden, a site-specific installation by Toronto-based artist Roula Partheniou.

Depth of Perception

Oakville Galleries Presents: Depth of Perception

Since the advent of motion pictures in the 19th century, screens have offered a dynamic interface between lived human experience and a lifelike illusion of reality. These two-dimensional planes have given us access to objects ...

Angel Trumpet Flowers of Death, 2009

Oakville Galleries feature works by Aleesa Cohene, Shary Boyle, and Emily Vey Duke

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our fall exhibitions

Kim Adams, Country Estate Earth Shelves, 1992.

Long-time curator Marnie Fleming organizes final exhibition at Oakville Galleries

Oakville Galleries is pleased to announce the opening of our summer exhibitionYou’ve Really Got a Hold on Me.

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