Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition 2013

Sarah Anne Johnson, Gold Box , 2010/2013
Chromogenic Print with applied gold leaf, 12 x 18 inches, Edition of 25 unique prints
© Sarah Anne Johnson. Courtesy Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto & Julie Saul Gallery, New York.

 

 

MOCCA and Art Toronto are delighted to announce that Winnipeg-based artist Sarah Anne Johnson will produce a limited edition chromogenic print with applied gold leaf to benefit programming initiatives at MOCCA.

This is the fifth year MOCCA and Art Toronto have commissioned an artist to produce the Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition, a fundraiser for MOCCA. Gold Box will be available for purchase on-site at Art Toronto 2013 for $2,200 CDN.

A pre-sale opportunity is available to MOCCA Members at the Contributing Member level and above! For more information, or to purchase / upgrade your membership, please contact Katy Laird at 416-395-7613 or klaird@mocca.ca.

Sarah Anne Johnson’s work appears courtesy of Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto & Julie Saul Gallery, New York.

 About the Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition

Since 2009, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art and Art Toronto have collaborated on the commission of a benefit edition by a Canadian artist. Each year the limited edition work is made available for sale exclusively at Art Toronto, and has included both emerging and established artists. All proceeds from the sale of the works support programming initiatives at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

About the artist

Sarah Anne Johnson received her BFA from the University of Manitoba in 2002, and completed her MFA at the Yale School of Art in 2004. Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions internationally including: Asleep in the Forest, BMO Project Room, Toronto (2013); Haunted: Contemporary Photography/ Video/ Performance, Guggenheim Museum, New York City (2010); Guggenheim Collection: 1940s to Now, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia (2007); Montreal Biennial (2006); Imprints, Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa, and J’en Reve, Foundation Cartier, Paris, France (2005).