Glabush, Sky

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n. 1970
Sky Glabush a gradué de l’Université de la Saskatchewan en 1996, figurant sur le tableau d’honneur avec l’obtention d’un Baccalauréat en Beaux-Arts et langue Anglaise. En 2000, il déménagea aux Pays-Bas, où il était l’artiste résident à la Haagweg 4 de Leiden pour une période de six mois. Il mit alors sur pied un studio à Amsterdam et commença à exposer avec la Galerie Suzanne Biederberg. En 2003, Glabush revint s’établir au Canada, et compléta une Maîtrise à l’Université de l’Alberta. Il a récemment été nommé professeur associé à l’Université de l’Ontario Ouest, où il enseigne la peinture et le dessin. Sky Glabush a exposé ses œuvres en groupe et en solo dans des nombreuses galeries publiques à travers le Canada. Il a également exposé dans des galeries d’art commerciales et à des foires d’art à New York, à Amsterdam, à Melbourne à Toronto, à Vancouver et à travers les Prairies. Plus récemment, une de ses œuvres a été acquise par le Conseil des arts Canadien et fut inclut dans « Dialogues: the changing face of Contemporary Art » au Rideau Hall. Glabush écrit également pour des magazines d’art de renom tels que Border Crossings et Canadian Art.

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43" x 29"

Gouache acrylique sur papier-canevas

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EXPOSITIONS INDIVIDUELLES

2011 “background,” MKG127, Toronto, Ontario.
2011 “The Visible and the Invisible,” Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor Ontario.
2009 "Renting," MKG127, Toronto, Ontario.
2007 "Homes for Canada 1966-67," Arch 2 Gallery, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba.
2006 “Provisional Structures” (MFA Thesis Exhibition), FAB Gallery, University of Alberta,
Edmonton, Alberta.
2006 "Canada Calling: recent work by Sky Glabush and Shary Boyle," Suzanne Biederberg Gallery,
Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2006 "Living Together," Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.
2005 "Sky Glabush and Kristin Bjornerud," Art Placement, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
2004 "Building Blocks ," Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2003 "Racing Stripes," Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2001 "Sky Glabush and Els ter Horst," Suzanne Biederberg, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2001 "Spacing," Atelier Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia.
2001 "Lotus Eaters," (toured) Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
2000 "Lotus Eaters," (toured) Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan.
2000 "Lotus Eaters," Vanderleelie Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.
1999 "Haarlem," Atelier Gallery, Vancouver, British Columbia.
1998 "New Paintings," Paul Kuhn, Calgary, Alberta.
1998 "Interference," Francis Morrison Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
1995 "A Subjective Space," Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, University of Saskatchewan,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
1994, "Forms of Unity," Sky Glabush and Chris St. Amand, Fifth Parallel Gallery, University Of Regina,
Regina, Saskatchewan.

EXPOSITIONS COLLECTIVES

2010, Toronto International Art Fair, represented by MKG127, Toronto, Ontario.
2010, “A Sudden Frost”, Elissa Cristall, Vancouver, British Columbia .
2010, “ heat,” MKG127, Toronto, Ontario, (upcoming August 2010).
2009. "A(l)lure of the Local" October, 2009, Museum London, London Ontario. Curated by Ihor
Holubizky, featuring works from the collection as well as work by Richard Storms, Scott
Conarroe and Sky Glabush.
2009, "Hinterlands," November 2009, Harbourfront Center, Toronto Ontario, curated by Patrick
Mahon with work by Dianne Thorneycroft, Fastwürms, Collette Urban and Sky Glabush.
2009, “Things you should know. . .” Faculty and Staff Exhibition." ArtLAB, University of
Western Ontario, London, Ontario.
2008, "Hinterlands." McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario.
2007, "sic: Faculty and Staff Exhibition." ArtLAB, University of Western Ontario, London,
Ontario.
2007, "100 YEARS OF COLLECTING: University of Saskatchewan art collection" The
University of Saskatchewan Permanent Art Collection & College Building Art Galleries.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
2007, "SPRING SHOW: New Works by Gallery Artists & New Acquisitions." Douglas Udell
Gallery. Vancouver, British Columbia.
2006, “DIALOGUES: the changing face of contemporary Canadian art.” Rideau Hall, Ottawa.
2006, "Toronto International Art Fair" represented by Douglas Udell. Toronto, Ontario.
2006, “Vancouver: Twenty Tears," Douglas Udell Gallery, Vancouver British Columbia.
2005, "Here and Now: Current Drawings," Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta
2005, "Spring Show," Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
2005, "Leave it To Drever," Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton Alberta
2005, "Fast Forward," FAB Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton Alberta
2004-5, "DRAW," Edmonton Art Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta.
2004, "AAF," New York, represented by Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2004, "Fall Show," Douglas Udell Gallery, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
2004, Toronto International Art Fair, Douglas Udell Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2004, "Mom and Pop Shop," Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2003, "winter," Drabinsky Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
2003, "AAF," New York, represented by Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary, Alberta.
2002, Melbourne Art Fair, represented by Suzanne Biederberg, Amsterdam.
1999, "Rift," (with Arlene Stamp, Taras Polataiko, and Kent Archer), Kenderdine Gallery,
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
1999, "Almost Minimal," (with Guido Molinari and David Bolduc), Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary,
Alberta.
1999, "Resistance is Futile?", (with Joe Fleming, Jay Wilson, and Brian Flynn), Lonsdale Gallery,
Toronto, Ontario.
1999, "Saskatchewan Connection" (with Janet Werner and Greg Hardy), Paul Kuhn, Calgary,
Alberta.
1997, "Sask Open," Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.