There is no typical Frank Walter. His abstract works are systematic, the individuality of his figurative painting is captivating, and his landscapes gain strength through their clear abstractions.
Esker Foundation is the largest privately funded, non-commercial contemporary art gallery in Calgary, Alberta Canada. As a leader in the Calgary arts community, Esker Foundation connects the public to contemporary art through relevant, accessible, and educational exhibitions, programs, and publications. Esker Foundation reflects on current developments in local, regional, and international culture; creates opportunities for public dialogue; and supports the production of groundbreaking new work, ideas, and research. Founded in 2012 by Jim and Susan Hill, Esker Foundation is a new model for institutional relevance, curatorial focus, and audience engagement.
Esker Foundation programs three exhibition changes per year for the fall, winter, and spring/summer seasons.
The Project Space
In addition to the main exhibition space on the fourth floor of the Atlantic Avenue Arts Block, Esker Foundation hosts the Project Space at street level. As a vital alternative exhibition venue, the Project Space aims to engage the community by increasing the presence and accessibility of contemporary art. The Project Space program invites emerging and established artists to develop new, responsive exhibitions that directly address the neighborhood and explore important contemporary issues.
Exhibitions are visible to the public 24 hours a day and run for approximately three months, for a total of four exhibitions a year.