of the Earth: Garden Sculptures and Stone Prints, Honen-in Temple, Kyoto,
Selected Group Exhibitions
and Interventions, invited artist exhibiting with the Ottawa Regional
Society of Architects, National Capital
Information Centre, Ottawa
Honen-in Temple, Kyoto
Honours and Achievements
entry in Who’s Who in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press
April-May 2003 Artist-in-Residence, U-Kukan, Kyoto
of Canada, Toronto
Media Reviews and Notices
Radio Canada, Chaine culturelle. “Exposition de Ingo Hessel à Galerie Calligrammes, Ottawa” on Aux arts etc., Radio Canada, Chaine culturelle (national radio), November 1, 2002, Marthe Blouin, reviewer.
CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) Radio Two. “A new exhibition of works by Ingo Hessel” on Artscape with Gary Hayes, CBC Radio Two, October 20, 2002.
Gessell, Paul. “Artist switches to medium that’s not so hard” in The Ottawa Citizen, October 20, 2002.
The NEW RO Television. News Six Ottawa (Arts Update). The NEW RO Television, October 17, 2002.
CHUO Radio. Hub Showcase with Alexander Jack, CHUO Radio, October 14, 2002.
Kyoto kyo (Kyoto Today). “Ingo Hessel chôkokuten (Ingo Hessel Exhibition), Honen-in” in Kyoto kyo (Kyoto Today), www.thekyoto.net/kyoukyou, July 9-16, 2002.
KBS Television. “Ingo Hessel chôkokuten (Ingo Hessel Exhibition),” KBS Kyoto Television, July 9, 2002.
Awazu, Seijiro. “Inuitto no tamashii zôkei: umi no kokoro, iwayama ishi ni chôkoku (Forms with Inuit spirit: sculpting in rock the spirit of the sea and stony mountains)” in Kyoto Shimbun, December 1, 2001.
“Ingo Hessel chôkokuten (Ingo Hessel Sculpture Exhibition)” in The Kyoto Galleries Federation of Arts Monthly News, December, 2001.
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade. “Ishi no motsu seimeiryoku enerugiiga katarikakeru Ingo Hessel chôkokuten (Dialoguing with the soul and energy of stone: Ingo Hessel sculpture exhibition)” in Culture Canada, Communications and Culture Section, Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, December 2001 /January, 2002.
Kuntz, Edith. “Wenn Steine sprechen (When stones speak)” in Kanada Kurier, November 30, 2000.
Shinhat, Molly Amoli K. “Rocking with Ingo Hessel” in Ottawa X Press, November 16, 2000.
Radio Canada Deux. “John Sadler, Peintre et Ingo Hessel, Sculpteur” on Multimédia, Radio Canada Deux (national radio), May 23, 2000. Marthe Blouin, reviewer.
Rogers Community Television. “Paintings by John Sadler, Sculptures by Ingo Hessel” on The Ticket, Rogers Community Television, Ottawa, May 22-26, 2000. Darrell Matson, producer.
Whiting, Jane. “Art for the home: Artists encourage clients to imagine their purchases outside a sterile gallery setting” in The Ottawa Citizen, May 20, 2000. Reprinted as “Artists prefer to display their work in more home-like setting” in The Vancouver Sun, May 27, 2000, and as “Artists discover home is where the art is: Gallery with home-like setting aids visualization” in The Calgary Herald, July 1, 2000.
Fouchard, Steven. “Hunt Club sculptor given rare honour” in The News-Greenboro/Hunt Club Park; The News-Glebe & Ottawa South; The News-Alta Vista, January 20, 2000.
CBC Radio One. “Area Artist Inducted into Sculptors Society of Canada” on Ken Rockburn’s All in a Day, CBC Radio One, Ottawa, January 10, 2000.
CBC Radio Two. “New Works by Sculptor Ingo Hessel on View at Ottawa City Hall” on The Arts Report, CBC Radio Two (national), December 23, 1999. Sandra Abma, reporter.
Singer, Zev. “Art for discussion’s sake: The unveiling of a sculpture at the U.S. Embassy has stirred artists” in The Ottawa Citizen, September 30, 1999.
The Ottawa Citizen. “Venus, Satan and friends star in show by 16 artists” in The Ottawa Citizen, April 17, 1999.
Roston, Margo. “Art and business good combo” in The Ottawa Citizen, April 12, 1999.
Gessell, Paul. “A work in progress: Inuit art expert finds his own expression” in The Ottawa Citizen, September 21, 1998.
Northern Highlights: Inuit Art from the Heard Museum Albrecht Collection. Phoenix: Heard Museum, 2006 (forthcoming).
Inuit Art: An Introduction. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre/New York: Harry N. Abrams/London: British Museum Press, 1998.
Canadian Inuit Sculpture.
Ottawa: Department of Indian Affairs & Northern Development, 1988.
Northern Highlights: Inuit Art from the Heard Museum Albrecht Collection. Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, travelling exhibition, 2006-2009 (forthcoming).
Stories in Stone: A Canadian Inuit Art Exhibition held on the occasion of the visit to Korea of the Right Honorable Jean Chrétien, Prime Minister of Canada. Westin Chosun Hotel, Seoul, January 1996.
Arviat Stone Sculpture. McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario, December 1990-March 1991.
Multiplicity, Symmetry and Duality in Inuit Prints. University of Maine, Orono, Maine, 1986.