National Gallery of Canada / Musée des beaux-arts du Canada
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Sakahan at the National Gallery
Moshe Safde's glass tower is covered up for the summer of 2013 by Inuk artist Silis Høegh's giant iceberg installation—part of Sakahan, the National Gallery of Canada's blockbuster summer exhibition. Arguably one of the biggest and best exhibits of international contemporary aboriginal art in recent times, it is definitely worth a visit (and certainly helps to contextualize INM).
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