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Lost Horizons: The Photography of George Webber – September 2017


September 10 – October 14, 2017
Project Space, The Esker Foundation, Calgary, Canada
Making Treaty 7: Finding Common Ground


June 17 – October 8, 2017
Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Past Imperfect: A Canadian History Project


Royal Canadian Academy of Arts launches a new book showcasing the workspaces of 184 artists including George Webber


Photography As Theory In Action [link]


March 11 – May 18, 2017
The Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

The Looking Glass


March 4 – May 22, 2017
The Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada

Canadian Stories: The View from Here


February 18 – April 1, 2017
The Okotoks Art Gallery, Okotoks, Canada

Simply Put: Vernacular Alberta


Life Force magazine – People of the Blood [link]



Made in Calgary, published by Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada – Summer 2016
An exploration of art from the 1960s to the 2000s including the photography of George Webber.



George Webber’s Calgary: Vintage photographs from the Glenbow Collection
Glenbow Museum, July 27, 2016


Life Force Magazine – Little Bow Hutterite Colony [link]


CBC interviews George Webber on the Cecil Hotel [link]


7 books by George Webber [link]


September 25, 2015 – January 23, 2016
Enterprise Square Galleries, Edmonton, AB
Brainstorms: UAlberta Creates


July 27, 2015, from 12:00 to 1:00
Historic Calgary 2015 – Free Event
George Webber’s Calgary – Central United Church, 131 – 7th Ave SW


May 30 – October 4, 2015
The Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Canada
Hooked: Fish, Water & The Art of Angling including George Webber


May 2 – June 6, 2015
Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire, Quebec
Under-exposed: Photographs by members of The Royal Canadian Academy of Arts including George Webber


January 21 – March 22, 2015 / Opening January 30, 2015 from 5:00 – 7:00
Lougheed House, Calgary, Canada
The Turner Valley Gas Plant Portfolio


George Webber books available at The CameraStore [link]


October 24, 2014 – February 1, 2015
Art Gallery of Alberta

90 x 90 featuring the works of the Province’s most renowned artists


September 20 – December 14, 2014
The Glenbow Museum, Calgary

Made In Calgary: The 2000s reflects the energy and diversity of the arts community in the first decade of the twenty-first century.


Looking at Images
A deeper look at selected photographs published in Lenswork includes photographs by George Webber, June 2014


Lens Culture: George Webber [link]


February 8 – May 4, 2014
Glenbow Museum, Calgary

Made In Calgary: The 1990s


February 1 – March 30, 2014
The Whyte Museum, Banff

The Photographers of Scotia Waterous


February 6 – March 1, 2014
CKG, Calgary

DECADE – Exposure’s First 10 Years


December, 2013
Legacy, published by Scotia Waterous

This limited edition book includes photographs by George Webber


Art Photo Index: George Webber [link]


September 20, 2013
CTV Alberta Prime Time: George Webber

Alberta Prime Time: George Webber photographer profile video


Esker Foundation Exhibit

May 25 – August 11, 2013
The Glenbow Museum
, Calgary, Canada
Made in Calgary: The 1970s
60 Artists including George Webber in an Exhibition curated by Ron Moppett


Prairie Gothic

Prairie Gothic published by RMB – January 2013
George Webber’s Prairie Gothic receives Applied Arts Magazine 2013 Book Award


Esker Foundation Exhibit

January 18 – April 21, 2013
The Esker Foundation
, Calgary, Canada
Splendid Isolation
Photographs by Olga Chagaoutdinova, Miruna Dragan, Orest Semchishen, George Webber


Lougheed House

February 1 – March 4, 2012
Lougheed House
, Calgary, Canada
Sandstone City



January 5 – 25, 2012
Museum of Contemporary Art
– Calgary, Canada
Out of The Shadows: New York / Calgary
Works by George Webber, Bernard Safran, John Dean


In This Place

In This Place:
Calgary 2004 – 2011 presents photographer George Webber’s personal take on his hometown. Webber captured tiny moments, improbably fragments and exquisite details of everyday life in the city as it approached then surged past the one million mark. George’s pictures are all about the importance of finding beauty, meaning and the mystery in the place you live. Acclaimed author Aritha van Herk provides the sparkling essays.