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Detail of A Slip is Not a Fall by Myfawny MacLeod
Detail of A Slip is Not a Fall by Myfawny MacLeod

2014 Public Art Commission Shortlist Exhibition

Detail of A Slip is Not a Fall by Myfawny MacLeod
Detail of A Slip is Not a Fall by Myfawny MacLeod
Jury selects shortlist for Confederation Centre's public art commission.
Detail of A Slip is Not a Fall by Myfawny MacLeod
Detail of A Slip is Not a Fall by Myfawny MacLeod

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery plans to commission a landmark public sculpture to mark its 50th anniversary in 2014. The five shortlisted proposals with maquettes will be exhibited in the concourse until JANUARY 27.  The five artists are Rebecca Belmore in collaboration with Osvaldo Yero, Douglas Coupland, Michel de Broin, Myfawny MacLeod and lastly, a project by Althea Thauberger with landscape design by Annabel Vaughan.
To read more about the artists click here

To let us know what you think about the 2014 public sculpture proposals click here. 

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