Searching for Realism is a winding exploration of Nova Scotia, Canada and of it’s contemporary realist artists, their curators and their exhibition “Capture 2014: Nova Scotian Realism.” The film invites us to join in the curatorial journey through artist’ studios across the province and culminates with the exhibition opening at Dalhousie University Art Gallery. Searching for Realism provides a window into realist painting in Nova Scotia from the point of view of the artists themselves, who took matters into their own hands and organized this record-breaking exhibition.
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