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Tim Gardner: The Full Story WAG exhibition featured in Galleries West news article

WAG exhibition Tim Gardner: The Full Story featured in Galleries West news article.  Tim Gardner made his name in the early 2000s with paintings of young middle-class white guys, in backyards, in hotel rooms, sometimes on spring break. They drink, they eat junk food, they stuff beer cans down their pants, they run naked, they goof around. …

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Tim Gardner: The Full Story now open at WAG-Qaumajuq

Tim Gardner: The Full Story will survey the career of a noted artist with a penchant for capturing rambunctious and mischievous masculinity.   Known for his watercolour paintings, Gardner also works in oils and pastels. His art practice embraces the warmth of the moment, whether that moment is on a basketball court or under the stars. …

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Audain Art Museum gets Out of Control with playful exhibition highlighting the intersection between contemporary art and skateboarding

WHISTLER, BC, Sept. 6, 2022 /CNW/ – Out of Control: The Concrete Art of Skateboarding invites skaters and non-skaters alike to reimagine their collective understanding of skateboarding and reflect on its contemporary relevance. Opening on September 17, this ambitious group exhibition at the Audain Art Museum (AAM) brings together nineteen BC and international artists who embody diversity in their practice and explore the aesthetic, social, environmental, political, and architectural aspects of skateboarding.

Tim Gardner, 303 Gallery, June 7 to July 13, 2018

Known for his exacting watercolors depicting scenes of typically masculine coming-of-age scenarios, here Gardner trains his eye onto New York City, tracing the nature of memory and sensation as they relate to urban environments. Gardner’s relationship to New York is both as insider and outsider – he moved to the city in 1997 and has …

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Tim Gardner, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Eternal Youth explores the concept of coming-of-age as a crossroads in art history: how have artists represented youth since the twentieth century? In particular, since the 1990s, images of youth in the western world have elicited both desire and fear, responding to social, cultural, and political shifts such as HIV awareness and gender bending transition. …

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