VOX is working on a cross-Canada tour of its new children exhibition.
The group exhibition The Radical Imaginary: The Social Contract is the first project in a series of exhibitions about the Institution and its history, seeking to understand how artists have either associated themselves with or been opposed to it, gradually inflecting its positions. The judicial system is the institution studied in this initial component.
This book examines the particular relationship that Tousignant established between his art practice and that of the exhibition. It seeks to contextualize significant works at the time of their public viewing, while providing an in-depth study of the history of exhibitions in Canada.
This publication documents every step in the production of this undertaking—a process that took three years—and includes the artist’s correspondence, the geodesic calculations, and images of the various participating sites.
Our new book, with essays by Marie J. Jean, Robert Graham and Zoë Tousignant, contextualizes this major project in the artist’s practice, notably his Land Art projects, in a journey from local to global.
Watch our interview with Erdem Taşdelen about The Curtain Sweeps Down, his solo exhibition from last spring. The book of the same title is now available at VOX, but hurry: it’s an edition limited at 125 copies, numbered and signed!
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VOX is looking for an Assistant Coordinator, Exhibitions and Communications ! *Description in French only: Ce poste s’adresse à une personne […]
VOX is on a “summer break” and there are no exhibitions on display from July 3 to September 13, 2018. […]
VOX is looking for a Chief Exhibitions Technician! *Description in French only: Le contexte du centre dans le 2-22 permet […]
Last opening of the spring 2018 season at VOX : Étant données, Thursday, April 26 at 5:00 pm!
A triple header awaits you on Thursday, April 19: two exhibition openings will take place – Loretta Fahrenholz and “Créer […]