Category » Arts & Culture
Best known for his inventive images of Anishinaabe stories, Norval Morrisseau's remarkably influential career began in the early 1960s as he developed a unique pictographic style of painting through which he vividly conveyed the Anishinaabeg’s deep spiritual ties to their traditional territory and all of creation. These ties are nourished by the traditional Anishinaabe values of respect, relationships, reciprocity, and responsibility, which pervade the works in this exhibition. The exhibition is drawn entirely from the AGH Permanent Collection.
Oct 13 - March 17