Canadian artist Kim Adams is renowned for making impossibly complicated assemblages that poke fun at the heavily industrialized and technologized conditions of contemporary life. Adam’s masterwork, the Bruegel-Bosch Bus has been a consistently popular fixture of the AGH second floor; popular because Adams insistence to never cease working on it. In this informal discussion, Adams will detail the latest evolution of this work, within the wider context of his decades-long art practice.
From the International Art Collection
Esquisse, Composition Polychrome 1947
Fernand Léger (French 1881-1955)
oil on canvas, Gift of the Ontario Heritage Foundation, 1988, donated by Walter Carsen, 1976
© Estate of Fernand Léger / SODRAC (2016)