AT HOME: VILHELM HAMMERSHØI’S COPENHAGEN
Ottawa, December 2018
In her new body of work, Leslie Hossack explores the world of Danish painter
Vilhelm Hammershøi (1864-1916) who is best known for his poetic and muted interiors.
Her examination begins in the rare book collection at the National Gallery of Canada
which holds the 1918 publication pictured below. Hossack will then follow
the trail to Hammershøi’s Copenhagen.
Vilhelm Hammershøi, Edition 501/850, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa 2018
Ottawa, November 2018
The Masonic Photographs by Leslie Hossack will be featured
in an exhibition and accompanying book in 2019.
This series reveals the intertwined history of
operative stonemasons and speculative Freemasons in Scotland.
It follows the mysterious story from the calloused hands of ancient builders
to the white gloves of modern Masons – an arcane legacy.
Date Stone, The Lodge of Edinburgh (Mary’s Chapel) No. 1, Hill Street, Edinburgh 2018
Ottawa, October 2018
Leslie Hossack’s new body of work, The Rome Photographs,
explores Benito Mussolini’s Fascist Rome.
A selection of photographs from this series will be published in 2019
in a book entitled Rebranded: Mussolini’s Rome 1922-1943.
The image below shows a detail on a large government building
constructed during Mussolini’s dictatorship. It implies a link between “Il Duce”
and the legendary founding of Rome and the ancient Roman Empire.
State Registry Office (1936–1937), Via Luigi Petroselli, Rome 2017
CHURCHILL PHOTOGRAPHS IN WASHINGTON DC
Ottawa, June 2018
16 photographs from the Charting Churchill series by Leslie Hossack
acquired by The National Churchill Library & Center, George Washington University
Two of the photographs recently added to their permanent collection are
Prime Minister’s Room, #65A, Churchill War Rooms, London 2014 and
Hut 8, Bletchley Park, Buckinghamshire 2014.
Ottawa, May 2018
Leslie Hossack to release new book
Freud Through the Looking-Glass
The book explores Sigmund Freud’s pre-war Vienna, Hitler’s wartime Vienna,
letters handwritten by Freud, as well as works of art and self-reflections captured by the artist
through the lens of “Freud’s looking-glass.”
This volume contains more than 80 photographs and an insightful foreword by
Dr. Stefan Pehringer, Austrian Ambassador to Canada.
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
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
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
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
Ottawa, November 2017
The Sussex Contemporary commemorates Remembrance Day
November 7 – 11, 2017
Selected photographs from the D-Day series
H-Hour, Normandy 1944 by Leslie Hossack
Saturday, November 11, 2017
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
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