Redinger, Walter: Sculpture
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Walter Redinger is a renowned major contemporary artist with a highly accomplished record of over 4 decades. He lives in West Lorne, Ontario, exhibiting nationally and internationally. His work has been purchased by museums and major collectors worldwide and he was chosen to represent his country at the 1972 Venice Biennale. Living with Parkinson's and having survived cancer, Walter continues to work relentlessly.
Exhibitions; Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art; Museum of London; National Gallery of Canada; Matthew Marks Gallery; Mitchell Algus Art Gallery; Michael Gibson Gallery; Mclntosh Art Gallery; London Regional Art & Historical Museum; Centre of Contemporary Art & Historical Museum; The Art Gallery of St. Thomas-Elgin; Sandy Snelgrove Gallery; Isaacs Art Gallery; Oakville Galleries; Thielsen Art Gallery; Owens Art Gallery; London Regional Art Gallery; Contemporary Art Gallery of Harbourfront Centre; The Guild, Scarborough, ON; Art Gallery of Hamilton; New York Cultural Centre; Rodman Hall Arts Centre; Saidye Bronfman Centre, Montreal; 36th Venice Biennale, Italy; Trent University; Edmonton Art Gallery; Rothmans Art Gallery; Art Gallery of Ontario; York University Art Gallery; Galerie de France; San Francisco Museum of Art; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Awards: Pollack-Krasner Award, New York; Drawing award, Meinsinger School of Art, Michigan; Sculpture Prize, Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Canada Council Awards; Victor Lynch Staunton Award; Numerous Ontario Arts Council Awards.
Articles & Press: TIME Magazine, The New York Times, Art in America, Sculpture Magazine, The Village Voice, Canadian Art, Arts Canada, Toronto Life, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, The London Free Press, St. Thomas Times Journal, La Press, Parachute, ESPACE, CBC Radio, School Text Books.
Documentation: 1995 Michael Greer, "Beyond Survival"; 1982 Phil Ross and Walter Redinger, "Landscape Vision & Dreams"; 1976 Peter Crass, film; 1973 Peter and Fran Melon, film; 1973 Educational Television, film;1971 E.Bromfield, film.
Collections: Art Gallery of Ontario, National Gallery of Canada, Canada Council Art Bank, National Art Centre, London Regional Art Gallery & Historical Museum, Government of Canada, The Gallery/Stratford, Art Gallery St.Thomas-Elgin, La Presse, Canadian Jewish Congress, Mclntosh Art Gallery, University of Edmonton, University of Saskatchewan, University of Guelph ON, University of Waterloo ON, Art Gallery of Windsor.
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Walter Redinger can also be commissioned to create sculpture for public and private spaces. The works illustrated serve as examples. Please contact us for more information.
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