The 2018 edition of the provocative prize is dedicated to digital art, exploring queer identity, racial violence, and the Israel-Palestine conflict through video art.
Among this year’s nominees are a 30-year-old artist from New Zealand and a London-based collective that analyzes the architecture and urban design of conflict areas.
On August 10 at the Swiss Institute, Luke Willis Thompson will screen and discuss his film that questions the lack of people of color in Warhol’s famous series.
Across the city, many works by the 55 artists participating in the 2016 Biennale de Montréal deal with the possibilities, limitations, and consequences of spectacle and spectatorship.
The emblem of the 2016 Biennale de Montréal is a Lucas Cranach the Elder portrait of an alleged witch and its title comes from a Jean Genet play about an upscale brothel.