The City of Ottawa presents a special Karsh exhibition in 2017.
CONTINUUM celebrates the future of artistic achievement in a photo-based medium.
Karsh Award artists welcome a new generation:
Joi T. Arcand, AM Dumouchel, Leslie Hossack, Olivia Johnston,
Julia Martin, Meryl McMaster and Ruth Steinberg.
Curator: Melissa Rombout
September 14 – October 22, 2017
Left: Leslie Hossack, Bunker, Juno Beach, Courseulles-sur-Mer 2015, pigment ink on cotton fibre, 81 x 122 cm. Courtesy of the artist Right: AM Dumouchel, ROYAL (RAMSCHAKLE 2), 2016, digital collage, 112 x 157 cm. Courtesy of the artist
75TH ANNIVERSARY OF ATTACK ON PEARL HARBOR
Calgary, December 2016
On December 7th, 1941, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor
and brought the United States into World War II.
Leslie Hossack’s two related exhibitions REGISTERED and H-Hour
are on view until March 5th, 2017
at the Founders’ Gallery, The Military Museums, Calgary.
Detail of Pearl Harbor, December 1941, Vancouver 2014
A Comrade In Arms, Normandy American Cemetery, Collville-sur-Mer 2015
Calgary, December 2016
Thursday, December 1, 2016; 12:00 to 1:00 pm
Nickle at Noon Series
Gallery Hall, The Taylor Family Digital Library
University of Calgary
Leslie Hossack will discuss her two exhibitions
REGISTERED and H-HOUR
on view at The Military Museums in Calgary.
TWO UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS
Calgary, November – December 2016
Leslie Hossack will be present at the opening reception on Thursday, December 1, 2016; 5:30 pm.
Founders’ Gallery, The Military Museums
4520 Crowchild Trail SW, Calgary
CHARTING CHURCHILL IN THE LITERARY REVIEW
London, October 2016
Andrew Roberts in an article entitled “A Man for all Seasons”
reviews Leslie Hossack’s latest book CHARTING CHURCHILL An Architectural Biography of Sir Winston Churchill (2016)
in the Literary Review, October 2016, Issue 447.
Ottawa, October 2016
Exhibition extended until November 29, 2016.
CANADIAN FORCES ARTISTS PROGRAM
Ottawa, August 2016
To find out more about Leslie Hossack’s deployment to Kosovo,
read Steven Fouchard’s article published in Canadian Army.
Swiss KFOR Helicopter, Camp Film City, Kosovo 2013
CHARTING CHURCHILL EXHIBITION & BOOK LAUNCH
Placentia, Newfoundland & Labrador, August 2016
Leslie Hossack and Duncan Sandys, Sir Winston Churchill’s great-grandson,
hold a copy of CHARTING CHURCHILL at Placentia Bay Cultural Arts Centre.
REGISTERED AWARDED FIRST PRIZE
Ottawa, July 2016
The jury of the A+ Photo Book Competition (sponsored by the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa)
selected both REGISTERED: The Japanese Canadian Experience During World War II (2015) and
TESTAMENT: Leslie Hossack In Kosovo (2015) as finalists.
First prize was awarded to REGISTERED.