Four extraordinary international photographers were selected as finalists for the 2013 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize, Canada’s leading award for contemporary photography and the first major art prize in the world whose winner is chosen entirely by public vote. Vote at AimiaAGOPhotographyPrize.com and, for the first time, on Facebook. Check out the artists and their bios below which Screen Art printed and installed at the show with other fabulous graphics by Graphic Artist Evelina Petrauskas of the AGO.
For the second exhibition of the Gardiner Museum’s Artist Intervention series, renowned artist
An Te Liu explores the space around things. Liu has transformed discarded Styrofoam packing from consumer goods into ceramic sculptures. Using remnants of the contemporary world, Liu conjures forms recalling iconic works of both the ancient and modern periods. Daniel Fobert and Randy Webster of Screen Art enjoyed meeting An Te and working with him and Micah Donovan of the Gardiner Museum, installing the title wall for his exhibition.
Paul Kane, Canada's most influential artist, in the Gallery for First Peoples at the Royal Ontario Museum
Paul Kanes' art, is displayed in the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples from August 24, 2013 to March 16, 2014. Kenneth Lister, who has curated 3 Kane exhibits, excavated French River Rapids which has became the inspiration for the exhibit. Tom Henriksson, graphic artist and designer at the ROM worked with ROM installations professional Susan Ventura and Screen Arts to create a very special art installation. A must see! For more info www.rom.on.ca/
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