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Canada House presents: Felled Trees

Galerie Canada Gallery

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Canada House, Trafalgar Square, SW1Y 5BJ
Pall Mall Entrance, free admission (security screening in place)

Until 03 Sptember 2017
Monday to Saturday
11:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m.

David Garneau | Alex McLeod | Marianne Nicolson | Charles Pachter | Diana Thorneycroft

The drive to represent Canada has often focused on the land. Paintings of landscapes that felt wild and impossible to tame were reduced to the single Maple Leaf, adopted in 1965 as the centrepiece of the country’s national flag. This exhibition examines that iconic symbol as more than just an internationally recognizable sign of Canada – it investigates the layers of meaning now held within that Maple Leaf – and what it says about the complexities of Canadian national identity today.

Lindsey V. Sharman – Curator

Lament for National Histories - Marianne Nicolson
Lament for National Histories, 2013-2017 | Marianne Nicolson | 152cm x 290cm | Acrylic on board with coins and military buttons | Work: Collection of the artist | Image: Courtesy Mendel Art Gallery. Photographer: Troy Mamer

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