INTO THE ARCTIC Exhibition Tour
Began Jan 10, 2017 (ongoing)
The culmination of a decade-long journey, the INTO THE ARCTIC exhibition is a timely and unprecedented body of work that highlights the beauty, remoteness, and fragility of Canada’s changing North.
This exhibition showcases a collection of over 50 oil paintings, three documentary films, and the centrepiece Great Glacier, at almost 15 feet (5 metres) wide is one of the largest oil paintings ever created of the Canadian Arctic. All were developed from 4 expeditions to the furthest reaches of the Arctic that saw Cory travel 60,000 km, through 6 National Parks, and 16 Inuit communities.
Amongst the 13 venues of the tour, INTO THE ARCTIC premiered at the Embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C. in January 2017, had a Canadian premiere in Vancouver in Jan 2018, and traveling across the world to open in Monaco, at the museum of Prince Albert II.
INTO THE ARCTIC passionately explores a changing landscape that many will never witness with their own eyes. It offers the public the opportunity to experience the wonders of the Arctic, and understand the gravity of what we risk to lose.
The tour is produced by David J. Wagner, L.L.C.
Tour inquires: Curator/Tour Director David J. Wagner, Ph.D.: