Photo: Ishulutaq at the National Gallery of Canada

By LISA GREGOIRE

Elisapee Ishulutaq of Pangnirtung poses in front of her nine-metre long oil-stick-on-paper art piece entitled Nunagah (My Home Place) which now hangs in the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa as part of the Canadian Biennial 2012 exhibition. The Biennial features a sampling of the gallery's recent contemporary acquisitions and also includes two works by Cape Dorset printmaker and graphic artist Qavavau Manumie. At 88, Ishulutaq was the eldest of 45 artists included in this year's Biennial. Read more about the Oct. 31 exhibition opening later on Nunatsiaqonline.ca. (PHOTO BY LISA GREGOIRE)


Elisapee Ishulutaq of Pangnirtung poses in front of her nine-metre long oil-stick-on-paper art piece entitled Nunagah (My Home Place) which now hangs in the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa as part of the Canadian Biennial 2012 exhibition. The Biennial features a sampling of the gallery’s recent contemporary acquisitions and also includes two works by Cape Dorset printmaker and graphic artist Qavavau Manumie. At 88, Ishulutaq was the eldest of 45 artists included in this year’s Biennial. Read more about the Oct. 31 exhibition opening later on Nunatsiaqonline.ca. (PHOTO BY LISA GREGOIRE)

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