Museum of Contemporary Photography

Grange Prize finalists Joshua Brand and Moyra Davey discuss their works on view with curator Karen Irvine.

The exhibition featured work by the four finalists in the Grange Prize competition. The Grange Prize is a partnership between the Art Gallery of Ontario and Aeroplan. Each year, The Grange Prize recognizes the work of Canadian and international contemporary photographers, awarding $50,000 CAD to a winner chosen through an online public vote from among two Canadian and two international artists. The Grange Prize works each year with a different partner museum in a country other than Canada. In 2010, the MoCP was the partner institution. The four candidates for the 2010 prize (two American, two Canadian) were selected by a professional curatorial panel including Sophie Hackett, Art Gallery of Ontario; Karen Irvine, MoCP; Dominic Molon, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and Kenneth Montague, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Toronto.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

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