Royal Canadian Academy of Arts

Ottawa, Canada

50 Sussex Drive
K1M 2K1 Ottawa
Ottawa, Canada

The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts is a constituency of over 650 working artists, designers and craftspersons. We are one of Canada’s oldest continually-operating artist-run organizations. The RCA was founded in 1880 by Canada’s Governor General, John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll in conjunction with the establishment of the National Gallery of Canada. Today’s RCA is committed to assuring a diversity of members and artistic disciplines. Our over 650 established visual art, design and fine craft professionals include architects, landscape architects, painters, printmakers, photographers, book artists, graphic designers, industrial designers, interior designers, fashion designers, textile artists, ceramicists, sculptors, performance artists, installation artists, filmmakers, videographers, animators, type designers, metalsmiths, media artists and more.

Objekt: a reading room, an exhibit of bookworks by RCA members and Passages speaker series guests, will be held at Supermarket: Stockholm Independent Art Fair. Participating artists are Mary Anne Barkhouse, Diane Leclair Bisson, Deanna Bowen, Jane Buyers, Ginette Caron, Amanda Dawn Christie, Sorel Cohen, Christos Dikeakos, Josée Dubeau, Pnina C. Gagnon, Adrian Göllner, Jerry Grey, Wesley Harris, Lucy Hogg, Thaddeus Holownia, Geoffrey James, Peter Krausz, Guy Lavigueur, Naoko Matsubara, Gordon Monahan, Robert Murray, Marie-Jeanne Musiol, Leslie Reid, Marina Roy, John A. Schweitzer, Nick Shinn, Michael Snow, Alan Stein, Penelope Stewart, Robert Tombs, Henk van Assen, George Weber, Andrew Wright and Jinny Yu. We will also co-present, with Elektronmusikstudion EMS, a performance by the composer and sound artist Gordon Monahan, Boiling Water (2016). The library of Konstfack: University of Arts, Crafts and Design, Stockholm will acquire the bookworks following Supermarket.

Marina Roy, "Your Kingdom to Command." Installation at Offsite, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC. (2016)
Thaddeus Holownia. "New York, Las Vegas." Chromogenic contact print. (2000)