A historian of photography, Vincent Lavoie holds a doctorate in aesthetics from Université de Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne). He has been a guest lecturer in international art institutions, and in 1998 he received the Lisette Model/Joseph G. Blum grant from the National Gallery of Canada to be assistant curator of photography collections for a specific period. His bibliography includes more than fifty entries (specialized magazines, catalogues, collections, reference books), published in Canada and abroad, including the monographs Man Ray : Ce que je suis (Paris: Hoëbeke, 1998) and L’instant-monument : la photographie, du fait divers à l’humanitaire (Montreal: Dazibao, 2001).
Life in Real Time. Slow Motion
2002.03.22 - 05.26
The inaugural event Life in Real Time is intended to initiate a questioning of the social environment to which current artistic practices…Read more