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Libre : DHC/ART

Author: Amanda BeattieVincent BoninBarbara ClausenBrian DroitcourJiaJia FeiAll authors
Publisher: Munich, Germany : Hirmer Verlag ; Montreal, Quebec : Phi Foundation for Contemporary Art, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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LIBRE DHC/ART' tells the story of a contemporary art foundation unlike any other. Situated in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, DHC/ART? as well as this publication? is dedicated to bringing impactful experiences with contemporary art to the public with a mission of accessibility on multiple levels. The critically acclaimed program includes major artists from around the world, like Christian Marclay, Joan Jonas and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: exhibition catalogs
History
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Catalogues d'exposition
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amanda Beattie; Vincent Bonin; Barbara Clausen; Brian Droitcour; JiaJia Fei; Daniel Fiset; Phoebe Greenberg; Emily Keenlyside; Jon Knowles; Marie-Hélène Lemaire; Pohanna Pyne Feinberg; Cheryl Sim; Simon Starling; Sarah Thornton; Richard-Max Tremblay; Jan Verwoert
ISBN: 9783777431949 377743194X 3777431966 9783777431963
OCLC Number: 1090773780
Description: 297 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm
Responsibility: Amanda Beattie, Vincent Bonin, Barbara Clausen, Brian Droitcour, JiaJia Fei, Daniel Fiset, Phoebe Greenberg, Emily Keenlyside, Jon Knowles, Marie-Hélène Lemaire, Pohanna Pyne Feinberg, Cheryl Sim, Simon Starling, Sarah Thornton, Richard-Max Tremblay, Jan Verwoert.

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LIBRE DHC/ART' tells the story of a contemporary art foundation unlike any other. Situated in the cosmopolitan city of Montreal, DHC/ART? as well as this publication? is dedicated to bringing impactful experiences with contemporary art to the public with a mission of accessibility on multiple levels. The critically acclaimed program includes major artists from around the world, like Christian Marclay, Joan Jonas and Yinka Shonibare MBE.0The publication chronicles the evolution of DHC/ART? since its launch in 2007 by Phoebe Greenberg? and through its story provides a platform for critical essays that open up larger questions about the potential for innovative institutional models to develop contemporary art audiences for the future. Amongst the contributors are Sarah Thornton and Jan Verwoert. The DHC/ART Education department provides an account of their critical pedagogy while the book is rounded out with a questionnaire on the use-value of Installation View photography with contributions from Simon Starling, Barbara Clausen, JiaJia Fei, Brian Droitcour, Vincent Bonin and Richard-Max Tremblay.

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