Tag: Rogue Gallery

ETHAN MURPHY: Where the Light Shines First

Where the Light Shines First is a photographic accumulation of the artist’s previous and current relationship to Newfoundland’s rural environment. Murphy grew up in St.John’s and moved to Toronto, Ontario to study photography at Ryerson University. As a young person Murphy felt the limitations of living in a remote area and was eager to leave… Read More


OLIVIA WONG: Greenspace

October 27 – December 08 2017

Opening Reception: October 27, 2017- 7- 9 pm Greenspace is a series of performative and photographic works that looks at the connection between the environment, people, and the body. It focuses on looking at the ways that nature can be perceived, the moments of interaction with people, and the effects left behind. While being informed… Read More


Alluvium: To Wash Against

Sept 16 - Oct 11

Virginia Mitford   Opening reception: Saturday, September 16th from 6 – 9 pm. Alluvium: To Wash Against exhibits a body of work that looks to the process of stone lithography as both a subject and a medium. A series of short animations, that use an extensive number of multilayered stone lithographs as stills, will be shown… Read More


Sam Moss: Cold Nights

Feb 25 - April 5, 2017

Opening Reception: Saturday, February 25th from 7:00 to 9:00 PM Cold Nights is a collection of illustrative portraits of varying media. The work is embedded with imagery representative of my hometown in Labrador and the east coast of Newfoundland—through botany, wild animals and landscapes. The portraits are illustrative in style and express my interest in… Read More


New-Found-Lands Exhibition

Sep 9 – Oct 18, 2016

September 9 – October 18 NEW-FOUND-LANDS: Exploring historical and contemporary connections between Newfoundland and the Caribbean diaspora Angela Baker, Sandra Brewster, Alison Duke, Roxana Farrell, Anique Jordan, Bushra Junaid, Wayne Salmon, Tamara Segura, Anita Singh, Camille Turner Curated by Pamela Edmonds and Bushra Junaid Opening Reception Friday September 9, 7:00 –  10:00 pm All welcome… Read More