Seductive Subversion: Women Pop Artists, 1958–1968
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During the 1960s Wieland also became more concerned with politics, nationalism, and activism. Joyce Wieland, Betsy Ross, “Look What They’ve Done to the Flag You Made with Such Care,” 1966, private collection. #ArtCanInstitute
Joyce Wieland's (1931-1998) "Lipstick" works are arguably her most famous creations from her impressive and diverse career. This work, "Lipstick - Facing North - Self Impression" is part of an iconic series from the early 1970's that addressed (female) Canadian identity and the nation's geographical quirks -all punctu
While employed at the firm Graphic Associates, which made animated and commercial films, Wieland met fellow artist Michael Snow (b. 1928). Wieland and Snow in 1964, photographed by John Reeves. #ArtCanInstitute
Wieland began an affiliation with the Isaacs Gallery in Toronto, a relationship that continued for many years. Invitation to Wieland: New Paintings at the Isaacs Gallery, Toronto, 1963. #ArtCanInstitute
Passion Over Reason: Tom Thomson & Joyce Wieland | McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Consider this exhibition to be a love letter to Tom Thomson and Canada – two subjects at the core of the 2017-year as we celebrate Canada’s 150th year and the centenary of Thomson’s death. Passion Over Reason will take a critical approach to our fascination with Thomson and show how today’s current culture of hipster or lumbersexual fashion, as well as cultivation of outsider creed, has confirmed what Wieland pointed to in the 1970s: Thomson is Canada. This exhibition will also allow for an…