NEWS


UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Ottawa, February 2018

The Canadian War Museum presents
CANADIAN FORCES ARTISTS PROGRAM – GROUP 7,
an exhibition of works by the most recent group of civilian artists.
Also featured are legacy pieces by Canadian Forces Artists Program alumni,
including Leslie Hossack’s
Fortified Position, Summit of Mount Golesh, Kosovo 2013.

CANADIAN FORCES ARTISTS PROGRAM – GROUP 7
February 2 – April 2, 2018
Canadian War Museum
1 Vimy Place, Ottawa

Fortified Position, Summit of Mount Golesh, Kosovo 2013 by Leslie Hossack

Fortified Position, Summit of Mount Golesh, Kosovo 2013


GARY OLDMAN AND JOE WRIGHT VIEW CHURCHILL EXHIBITION

Washington DC, November 2017

Darkest Hour star Gary Oldman and director Joe Wright admire Leslie Hossack’s exhibition
Charting Churchill: An Architectural Biography of Sir Winston Churchill
at The National Churchill Library and Center.
This exhibition of photographs has been extended to March 2018.

Gary Oldman and Joe Wright


UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Ottawa, November 2017

Leslie Hossack’s work July 1941 on view at Studio Sixty Six in ARTICULATIONS
a group exhibition featuring the art of 40 women working in the National Capital Region

ARTICULATIONS
November 30, 2017 – January 20, 2018
Studio Sixty Six
66 Muriel Street, Suite 202, Ottawa

Opening Reception: November 30, 2017, 6 pm – 9 pm

July 1941, Helmet and Image by Leslie Hossack


REMEMBRANCE DAY

Ottawa, November 2017

The Sussex Contemporary commemorates Remembrance Day

November 7 – 11, 2017
Special Exhibition
Selected photographs from the D-Day series
H-Hour, Normandy 1944 by Leslie Hossack

Saturday, November 11, 2017
Open House
1 pm – 4 pm
artist will be present

Sussex Contemporary Gallery
531 Sussex Drive, Ottawa

A Soldier Of The 1939-1945 War, Beny-sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery, Reviers 2015


UPCOMING EVENT

Ottawa, November 2017

Grand Opening of the SPAO Centre

Friday, November 10, 2017
School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa
77 Pamilla Street
5 pm – 11 pm

Leslie Hossack’s Atlantic Wall photographs from her series H-Hour, Normandy 1944
on view in inaugural exhibition CONTINUUS, Redwall Gallery, SPAO Centre
together with works by Olivia Johnston and Ruth Steinberg

Gun Casement 1, Naval Coastal Battery, Longues-sur-Mer 2015


UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Ottawa, November 2017

Leslie Hossack’s Juno Beach photographs from her series H-Hour, Normandy 1944
on view at the Sussex Contemporary Gallery
531 Sussex Drive, Ottawa

Whitney, Leslie, Sarah
An exhibition of works by Whitney Oldenburg, Leslie Hossack and Sarah Letovsky
November 17 – 30, 2017

Opening Reception: Friday, November 17, 2017, 6 pm – 9 pm

Leslie Hossack in residence at the gallery November 2 – 10, 2017

7:45:10 am, June 6th, Juno Beach, Courseulles-sur-Mer 2015


UPCOMING PRESENTATION

Ottawa, October 2017

The Continuum Talks
Friday, October 13, 2017; 7 pm
Panel with Rosalie Favell, Tony Fouhse, Leslie Hossack & Olivia Johnston
Moderator: Melissa Rombout
School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa
77 Pamilla Street

Leslie Hossack will discuss her works
from the series H-Hour, Normandy 1944
on view at The Karsh-Masson Gallery and SPAO.

Observation Post Bunker, Juno Beach, Courseulles-sur-Mer 2015


UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Ottawa, August 2017

City of Ottawa presents special Karsh exhibition, Continuum

Karsh-Masson Gallery
September 14 – October 22, 2017
Vernissage: September 14, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Tour with the Curator: September 24, 2 pm

Estrellita Karsh recently hosted a reception at the Chateau Laurier Hotel
for artists: Joi T. Arcand, AM Dumouchel, Leslie Hossack,
Olivia Johnston, Julia Martin, Meryl McMaster,
Ruth Steinberg and curator, Melissa Rombout.

Estrellita Karsh and Leslie Hossack


EXHIBITION EXTENDED

Washington, DC, June 2017

Leslie Hossack’s exhibition CHARTING CHURCHILL
at The National Churchill Library and Center in Washington, DC
has been extended until December 2017.

Read more about this exhibition in the Churchill Bulletin.


UPCOMING EXHIBITION

Washington, DC, April 2017

CHARTING CHURCHILL:
An Architectural Biography of Sir Winston Churchill

May – October, 2017

The National Churchill Library & Center
The George Washington University
Washington, DC