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Edward Kienholz

Today, Edward Kienholz (1927–1994) is regarded as a canonical Los Angeles artist and, as cofounder of the Ferus Gallery with Walter Hopps in 1957, an organizational catalyst for that city's art…

Iris Häussler

In past works, Iris Häussler has subsumed her identity in fictional artistic personae. Presenting “The Sophie La Rosière Project” (2009–) in concurrent exhibitions at the Art Gallery of York Universit…

Franz Erhard Walther

German artist Franz Erhard Walther’s interactive sculptures, made using primarily cloth, do not merely restrict bodily movement. They also direct users’ attention to the way their bodies relate to obj…

Sharon Hayes

Sharon Hayes’s exhibition “In My Little Corner of the World, Anyone Would Love You” presented the activist “speech acts” for which the Baltimore-born, Philadelphia-based artist is known. The focus of…

David Maljkovi

Zagreb-based artist David MaljkoviÄ? is known for regularly reconfiguring his work and reflecting on its exhibition history. Curated by VOX director Marie J. Jean, MaljkoviÄ?’s first major Canadian ex

Charles Stankievech

The centerpiece of Charles Stankievech’s solo exhibition at the Prefix ICA was The Soniferous Æther of the Land Beyond the Land Beyond (2013), a 35mm film installation featuring black-and-white…

Vera Frenkel

Born in Bratislava, Slovakia, in 1938, Vera Frenkel is a seminal Canadian artist known for her use of fictitious personas in multidisciplinary projects that indicate gaps in the historical record…

Rebecca Belmore

A black-haired, denim-clad woman stands with her back to the viewer and arms out to her sides in Rebecca Belmore's sister (2010), a single photograph split between three backlit transparencies that…

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