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Visit Remai Modern

Remai Modern is located in the heart of River Landing in downtown Saskatoon. We invite you to explore some of our highlighted exhibitions, events and dining opportunities on this page. Remai Modern is open from Wednesday-Sunday and admission for all visitors is by donation. If you would like to start planning your visit, head here.

Experience bloodline

Remai Modern and McMichael Canadian Art Collection are proud to present a survey exhibition of Meryl McMaster, whose groundbreaking large-scale photographic works reflect her mixed Plains Cree/Métis, Dutch and British ancestry. This exhibition includes works from throughout her career and bring us up to date on her current explorations of family histories, in particular those of her Plains Cree female forebears from the Red Pheasant Cree Nation in present-day Saskatchewan. Learn more

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A photo work by artist Meryl McMaster shows a figure kneeling in the snow and writing in syllabics using dirt.
Meryl McMaster, Echoes Across The Field, 2022, Pigment print on archival paper mounted to aluminum composite panel, 101.6 x 152.4 cm. Collection of Remai Modern. Purchased with the support of the Frank and Ellen Remai Foundation, 2023.
An artwork by Nick Cave featuring maybe colourful spinning objects
Nick Cave,  Spinner Forest, installation view, Remai Modern, 2023. Photo: Carey Shaw

Nick Cave: Spinner Forest

Remai Modern’s atrium has undergone a huge transformation with a large-scale work by Chicago-based artist Nick Cave. The work, titled Spinner Forest, is made up of strands of thousands of wind spinners that cascade from the ceiling and envelop the staircase from Level 1 to Level 2.

Spinner Forest is a striking work when seen from afar, creating a meditative and mesmerizing constellation of shapes, colour and movement. But it reveals more the closer you get. Within each spinning mobile are shapes that comment on gun violence, specifically in Cave’s home city. Alongside the concentric shapes most commonly seen in these popular lawn decorations, the spinners also contain the outlines of guns, bullets and teardrops.

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Laure Prouvost: Oma-je

Oma-je is acclaimed French artist Laure Prouvost’s largest exhibition to date in North America. It celebrates her relationship to artistic predecessors including John Latham, Louise Bourgeois, Agnes Varda, and Niki de Saint Phalle, amongst others. The exhibition also transitions into more recent works that look to embodied ways of knowing for inspiration, shifting from Grandfather to Grandmother and forefather to foremother. Prouvost is known for her playful use of language, translation and transliteration, experimental narrated video, and immersive and surprising installations that transport visitors into unfamiliar worlds created largely from everyday objects.

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A video still shows someone looking into an aquarium. The foreground shows a few small fish and a red starfish, with reflections from the glass surface visible.
Laure Prouvost, Four For See Beauties, 2022, still from single-channel video installation. Courtesy of the Artist, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Carliergebaur, Lisson Gallery. Copyright Laure Prouvost.
Hearth restaurant at Remai Modern.
Hearth restaurant at Remai Modern. Photo: Carey Shaw.

Hearth Restaurant

Hearth is now open at Remai Modern!

Hearth is a celebration of Saskatchewan, not only in their food but in their incredible hospitality. We are proud to join forces with this great Saskatoon team and to give visitors an experience — from art to food to events — you can’t find anywhere else.

The Saskatoon restaurant, a local favourite since opening in 2018, landed at No. 62 on 100 Best Restaurants in Canada list this year, one of only two Saskatoon restaurants to make the list. This marked a jump from the restaurant’s 2020 restaurant ranking, where it came in at No. 85.

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