Photo: Pudlo exhibition at Iqaluit’s Museum

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May 21, at the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum in Iqaluit, an exhibition and sale of works by the late Cape Dorset artist Pudlo Pudlat opened at 1 p.m.. Pudlat, who was born in 1916 at Kamadjuak Camp and died in 1992 in Cape Dorset, was a widely known artist whose works are in the collections of most Canadian museums. During his life, Pudlo produced more than 4000 drawings and 200 prints, some of which will be on display and for sale at the museum until June 19. (IMAGE/ NUNATTA SUNAKKUTAANGIT MUSEUM)


May 21, at the Nunatta Sunakkutaangit Museum in Iqaluit, an exhibition and sale of works by the late Cape Dorset artist Pudlo Pudlat opened at 1 p.m.. Pudlat, who was born in 1916 at Kamadjuak Camp and died in 1992 in Cape Dorset, was a widely known artist whose works are in the collections of most Canadian museums. During his life, Pudlo produced more than 4000 drawings and 200 prints, some of which will be on display and for sale at the museum until June 19. (IMAGE/ NUNATTA SUNAKKUTAANGIT MUSEUM)

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