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Open today from 10AM - 5PM

Monday: Closed

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: 10AM - 5PM

Thursday: 10AM - 5PM

Friday: 10AM - 9PM

Saturday: 10AM - 5PM

Sunday: 10AM - 5PM


May 21, 2022 – June 26, 2022

Two Gifts

Two Gifts Both Remai Modern and its predecessor the Mendel Art Gallery benefitted from extraordinary gifts of art from their…

A lawren harris painting of a mountain range

March 2, 2022 – June 19, 2022

John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea

John Akomfrah: Vertigo Sea John Akomfrah’s three-channel video installation Vertigo Sea (2015) immerses the viewer in the overwhelming power, beauty, and destructive capabilities of…

3 video screens showing aquatic themed images in a dark gallery

January 29, 2022 – May 8, 2022


Canoe Drawn largely from a private collection of art built around the collectors’ passion for canoes, this exhibition explores how works…

a handmade canoe in the midddle of a museum gallery

October 9, 2021 – April 3, 2022

Guernica Remastered

Guernica Remastered Guernica Remastered positions Picasso’s art as an inspiration for contemporary artists. By taking Picasso’s 1937 work Guernica — a symbol of…

Guernica Remastered installation view

October 30, 2021 – March 13, 2022

Atautchikun | wâhakôtamowin

Atautchikun | wȃhkôtamowin Inuit art has been influenced and shaped by settlers since contact. James Houston’s 1951 pamphlet Sunuyuksuk: Eskimo Handicrafts, for example,…

Installation view, Atautchikun | wâhkôtamowin, Remai Modern, Saskatoon, 2021. Photo: Carey Shaw.

December 22, 2021 – March 6, 2022

Nic Wilson: A Dying Hare

Nic Wilson:A Dying Hare In December, Remai Modern presents a new solo project by Regina-based artist and writer Nic Wilson…

A hand lighting a candle in the shape of a rose

February 13, 2021 – October 11, 2021

Thelma Pepper: Ordinary Women

Thelma Pepper: Ordinary Women Thelma Pepper: Ordinary Women. A Retrospective highlights the life’s work of one of Saskatchewan’s preeminent senior artists,…

Thelma Pepper: Ordinary Women, Installation view, Remai Modern, 2021. Photo: Blaine Campbell