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Meryl McMaster: As Immense as the Sky


Visit the New Virtual Canada Gallery

At Canada House, the safety and welfare of our staff and our visitors is our top priority. In an effort to combat the spread of COVID-19, we have therefore decided to close Canada Gallery as a precautionary measure until further notice.

We are pleased to announce, however, that this will not impact our current exhibition, “As Immense As the Sky”, by Canadian Indigenous artist Meryl McMaster. Discover it now at the all new Virtual Canada Gallery!


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The High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom
Canada House, Trafalgar Square, SW1Y 5BJ
Pall Mall Entrance, free admission (security screening in place)

Summer | 2020

The High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom and The Baldwin in partnership with IKON Gallery present: Meryl McMaster: As Immense as the Sky.

Collage - L-R: Edge of a Moment, 2017 | Cartography of the Unseen, 2019

L-R: Edge of a Moment, 2017 | Cartography of the Unseen, 2019

Of Plains Cree, British and Dutch ancestry, Meryl McMaster’s sculptural photography expands our understanding of self-hood. Incorporating props, garments and performance, the artist adopts fluid guises to explore the intersections of her Indigenous and European heritage, revealing Canada’s conflicted histories.

Curated by Verity Seward and Oceana Masterman-Smith, this is the first solo presentation of McMaster’s work in London and includes photographs from her latest series As Immense as the Sky (2019) and Edge of a Moment (2017).


The Canada Gallery’s ongoing programme is generously supported by the Dahdaleh Foundation, chaired by Victor Phillip Dahdaleh.


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2020-06-22