One Hundred Years Of Canadian Painting is a body of work concerning a fictional exhibition, of the same title, that is set at the National Gallery of Canada in 1967. One Hundred Years is positioned as a third exhibition held by the National Gallery at its old Lorne Building location in celebration of the Canadian Centennial. Concentrating on paintings from 1867 to 1967, One Hundred Years features artists such as Emily Carr, Antoine Plamondon, the Group of Seven, and Michael Snow. The body of work takes on the form of a museum information display containing faux photographs that document the exhibition and a parody audiovisual guide for select artworks in the exhibition.