Robert Houle Challenges Indigenous Stereotypes

Red Is Beautiful
Fri., Dec. 3 – Sun., Apr. 3
Art exhibit
Free for AGO members, $25 general admission
AGO, 317 Dundas St. W.

The Art Gallery of Ontario presents an extraordinary exhibit by Robert Houle, one of the most influential contemporary First Nations artists. Blending modernism and abstraction with First Nations histories, the Red is Beautiful exhibit contains 50 years of work with over 90 installation pieces. A residential school survivor, the Saulteaux multidisciplinary artist addresses political topics and challenges stereotypes with his mixed media. Is open until April, Indigenous peoples are welcome to visit the exhibition for free.

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