Reproduction de l’image: Quand l’imprimé crée de nouveaux contextes
Once in print, the photographic image—whose purpose is to document the artwork—can also create new dissemination contexts for it, increasing its visibility and impact. What role does documentation play in legitimizing the artwork, and what is its influence on art history? How do professional photographers and the public contribute to contexts such as the auctioning of artworks and transient or public art practices?
Moderated by: Daniel Fiset, educator, and Victoria Carrasco, Head Gallery Management and Event Coordination, Fondation Phi pour l’art contemporain
Hélène Brousseau, librairian at Artexte
Karla McManus, art historian
Richard-Max Tremblay, artist
Please note that the event will be in French. Limited number of seats: first come, first seated.
The entrance fee to the fair gives access to all of the programming’s activities.
Papier Art Fair
Dedicated exclusively to the medium of paper and to the possibilities it offers, Papier is one of the largest fairs of its kind in North America. The event is a key driver for Canadian contemporary art, as well as a unique meeting ground for the greater public, enthusiasts and visual arts professionals alike.