New Year, New Art

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Start­ing the New Year off with a bang, the Con­tem­po­rary Art Gallery (page 15) presents three—nearly si­mul­ta­ne­ous—Jan­uary ex­hibit open­ings. On Jan. 18, two solo shows take over the gallery space: Chair for a Wo­man, fea­tur­ing imag­i­na­tive sculp­tural works by Anne Low, and If No One Asks, As­lan Gaisumov’s thought-pro­vok­ing still and mov­ing images. They join off-site ex­hibit How far do you travel?, which takes over the streets as of Jan. 17. The in­no­va­tive ex­hi­bi­tion wraps city buses in works by five Cana­dian artists, such as “Aban­doned De­tails 4” (pic­tured) by Anna Torma. Con­sider it a cul­tural tour de force.—Jill Von Sprecken

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