Monday, September 17, 2018

Diversity and Identity: Renée duRocher

"Renée duRocher has taken her place in the Canadian visual arts community through patience and determination. Her exhibition, Diversity and Identity, is inspired by a recent visit to northern Vietnam and the literary work of Vietnamese-born Canadian author Kim Thùy. Diversity and Identity tells the stories of this journey. Rice fields, lush tamarinds, and characters dressed in traditional costumes poetically illustrate her trip. Combined with literary snapshots selected by novelist Kim Thùy, the selected pictorial works are enhanced and focus upon the Vietnamese community."

The exhibition is open from July 30, 2018, through October 27, 2018. The Embassy’s art gallery is located next to the Newseum at 501 Pennsylvania Avenue NW and is open to the public Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm, free of charge.

Embassy of Canada Art Gallery
501 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
The exhibition is sponsored by Bombardier, Inc.
Canadian Artist Ponders ‘Diversity and Identity’ in Visual Diary of Vietnam By Kate Oczypok 

duRocher has another exhibit in D.C. at the Zenith Gallery, Eleven Eleven Sculpture Space, Traveling Full Circle through January 5, 2019. 
FEATURING ARTISTS: Lisa Battle  Richard Binder  Patera Kori Studios (Darlene Davis)  Renée duRocher  Anne Marchand Jerome Parmet

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