Marcel Dzama, Une Danse Des Bouffons (or A Jester's Dance) (film still), 2013. Commissioned by TIFF, 2013. Courtesy of the artist and David Zwirner Gallery, New York/London.
Organized by MOCCA and TIFF Curated by David Liss, Artistic Director & Curator, MOCCA, and Noah Cowan, Noah Cowan, Artistic Director, TIFF Bell Lightbox Related Programming: Naked Brunch Book Club This exhibition will feature six new TIFF-commissioned artworks by leading Canadian and international contemporary artists who share David Cronenberg's inspirations from literature and philosophy—writers such as McLuhan, Burroughs and Ballard—and his fascination with biological horror, the human psyche and the merging of humans and media. Supported by the Government of Ontario, the Canada Council for the Arts, and the Hal Jackman Foundation
Mark Prent, Ringturner (detail), 1982. Collection of the NGC, Ottawa. Copyright of the artist. Photo © NGC.
Organized by MOCCA, the National Gallery of Canada, and the Toronto International Film Festival
Although public in location and spatially and architecturally dependant in nature, Maya Hayuk’s work is more closely aligned with Abstract Expressionism’s emphasis on dynamic, energetic gesture and reflective, cerebral focus on open fields of colour than street art. Conversely, the …