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Irregardless: Humour in Contemporary Northwest Coast Art

A new exhibit at the Bill Reid Gallery in Vancouver finds the funny in First Nations art. The show is called Carrying on "Irregardless": Humour in Contemporary Northwest Coast Art.

Peter Morin gave me a tour of the show. You can hear that conversation after the 7:30 news on Saturday morning.
(Sept 15)

The exhibit opened this week and runs until March 2013.
 One of the pieces smiles back at Peter Morin.

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