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Panel Discussion – Links as Bones: Sorel Etrog and the Fragile Body

Thursday, March 24, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Cost: Free
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Sorel Etrog is one of Canada’s most iconic artists, an artist who exhibited broad and wide to great acclaim and whose work is found in important museums’ collections both in Canada and abroad.  With an illustrious career which spanned five decades, Etrog is most well-known as a sculptor of large-scale public objects in a variety of original styles and techniques.  His oeuvre also includes work in other media, a diversity which speaks to the artist’s unrivaled creativity and inventiveness.

On the occasion of the exhibition “Links as Bones: Sorel Etrog and the Fragile Body,” the AGW hosts a panel that explores the importance and enduring legacy of Sorel Etrog in Canadian art and culture.  This topic will be addressed from a variety of perspectives, with speakers including an art historian, collector, curator and a family member.