Lee Dickson: The Cauldron

Curated by: Karen Love

Toronto artist Lee Dickson's complex installation investigating the symbol of the heart, with the focal story being the relic of Brother Andre's heart in Montreal, which was stolen and held for ransom.

Supported by the Canada Council Visiting Canadian Artist Program


September 13, 7:15 pm | Artist's Talk by Lee Dickson, followed by reception

Lee Dickson, The Cauldron
Lee Dickson, The Cauldron
Lee Dickson, The Couldron
Lee Dickson, The Couldron

Connections, meanings, and challenges.

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