The 1975 exhibition: Ottawa Exhibition
PM to Open Exhibition
27 Jan 1975
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An article announcing that Prime Minister Trudeau will open the exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada of Canadian paintings from the 1930s. Early works include those by the Group of Seven, while later paintings demonstrate the rising social conscience of artists in the 1940s. Charles Hill, Assistant Curator of Post-Confederation Art, organized the show and wrote the catalogue. The exhibition, on view in Ottawa until 2 March, will travel to the Vancouver Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, and to Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon and Montreal.