It’s Trans Time

A new exhibition combines art and activism around trans identity.


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© Leon Mostovoy, Transfigure, 2014

Leon Mostovoy

It’s time for trans visibility in contemporary art! The first international trans artists show hits Montreal with spectacular images, September 25-October 2. Conceived and executed by curator Ianna Book in collaboration with Virginie Jourdain and Marie-Claude G. Olivier, the exhibition will feature works by artists including Amos Mac, New York, Alec Butler, Toronto, Heather Cassils, Los Angeles, Leon Mostovoy, Los Angeles, Sam B. Atman & bruce, Paris, Yishay Garbasz, Berlin, and many others.

 

TRANS TIME creates a space of visibility bringing together local and international trans* artists. The exhibition is multimedia, juxtaposing video, photography, installation and performance. In conjunction with the exhibition, a participatory work by Leon Mostovoy will take place.

 

TRANS TIME is the first collective trans exhibition in Montreal, a city known for its diversity and public artistic expression. The exhibition will create a non-hierarchical space for emerging and established artists, who were selected through the principal of trans self-determination. (Note: Trans* refers to the principal of self-determination for those who identify as trans.)

 

SEPTEMBER 25, 2014
5PM: Artist presentations
7PM: Vernissage and performances

Galerie L’espace créatif

2031 Parthenais, Montréal, QC, Canada
Free entry
Monday: closed
Tuesday to Friday: 11AM to 6PM
Saturday and Sunday: 11AM to 5PM
Group and press visits by appointment

Artists:
ALEC BUTLER – Toronto, CAN, AMOS MAC – New York, USA, C. W., Toronto,
CAN & Z. F. Bath, CAN, HEATHER CASSILS – Los Angeles, USA, IANNA BOOK –
Montréal, CAN, JJ LEVINE – Montréal, CAN, J’VLYN D’ARK – Montréal, CAN,
KAMA LA MACKEREL – Montréal, CAN, KRIS GREY – New York, USA, LEON
MOSTOVOY – Los Angeles, USA, MORGAN SEA – Montréal, CAN, RAE SPOON –
Montréal, CAN, RAPHAËLE FRIGON – Montréal, CAN, RÉMY HUBERDEAU –
Montréal, CAN, RHYS ERNST – Los Angeles – USA, SAM B. ATMAN / BRUCE –
Paris, FRA, YISHAY GARBASZ – Berlin, GER & ZACKARY DRUCKER – Los Angeles
– USA

INFO: http://www.transtime.ca/

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