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POST OBJECT: DMG New Exhibition, Jan 18th - Mar 11th


Works by Michael Joo, Kimsooja, Samina Mansuri, Pushpamala N. and Ravinder Reddy

Curated by Deepali Dewan

Opening Reception: Thursday, January 18, 5 - 9 pm

Free shuttle bus to DMG departs 401 Richmond Street West at 6 pm

Catalogue Launch: Sunday, February 11, 12 – 4 pm

Contemporary Art Bus Tour: Sunday, February 11

Free bus departs the Textile Museum of Canada (55 Centre Ave.) at 11:30 am to the Doris McCarthy Gallery, Koffler Gallery, Art Gallery of York University and Blackwood Gallery. Seats are limited. To reserve, please call the Koffler Gallery at 416.636.1880 x 270.

Pushpamala N. in Conversation with Brenda Longfellow: Film Screening and Discussion

Wednesday, February 28, 7:30 pm

Free shuttle bus to DMG departs 401 Richmond Street West at 6:30 pm

Since long, “the object” has been the centre of art-making practice. It has been the outcome or residue of the creative process and the focus of gallery display. Throughout the late 20th century, various art movements have questioned the centrality of the object. For example, since the 1960s, performance art has shifted the focus of art-making to the process itself. Conceptual art has privileged the idea. Today, there are many artists whose work reconsiders the object in a variety of ways. Their work cannot be easily categorized into existing art movements and sometimes includes an object while at the same time calling it into question.

Post Object presents five artists whose work puts forward different ways of thinking about and through the object: Michael Joo, Kimsooja, Samina Mansuri, Pushpamala N. and Ravinder Reddy. The exhibition combines performance, video, installation, and sculpture among other modes of art-making practice.

For more information, contact the Doris McCarthy Gallery at 416.287.7007. For an up-to-date listing of Post Object programming and events, please visit our website at

Co-presented with SAVAC (South Asian Visual Arts Collective) and the Visual and Performing Arts Program, University of Toronto Scarborough. Generously supported by the Toronto Arts Council, Canada Council for the Arts and Manulife Financial.


Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough

1265 Military Trail, Toronto, Ontario M1C 1A4


Gallery hours are Tuesday to Friday, 10 am to 4 pm & Sunday, Noon to 5 pm.

Admission is always free.

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