Geoffrey James – Art Toronto MOCA Benefit Edition 2016 Print
Art Toronto 2016 MOCCA Benefit Editions — Geoffrey James
The Tower Building, interior, 2016, 2016. *Local pick-up only
*Local pick-up only
Limited Edition Print
The Tower Building, interior, 2016, 2016
Archival pigment print on baryta
Edition of 15
14 x 21 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Stephen Bulger Gallery, Toronto
Toronto-based Geoffrey James was born in Wales in 1942, read Modern History at Wadham College, Oxford, and emigrated to Canada in 1966. A self-taught photographer, he is the author or subject of more than a dozen books and monographs. He has had solo shows at the Palazzo Braschi Rome, the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, the Americas Society, New York, and the National Gallery of Canada. He has participated in group shows at Documenta IX, Kassel, the Frankfurter Kunstverein, San Franscisco MOMA and the Museum of Modern Art, NY. Geoffrey James is a Guggenheim Fellow(1989) and recipient of the Governor-General’s Prize in Media and Visual Arts (2012). He is represented by the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto, Trepanier-Baer in Calgary and Equinox Gallery in Vancouver. He is currently Toronto’s first photo laureate.
About the Art Toronto MOCCA Benefit Edition
Since 2009, Art Toronto and the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto Canada have collaborated on the commission of a benefit edition by a Canadian artist. Each year the limited edition work is made available for sale exclusively at Art Toronto, and has included both emerging and established artists. All proceeds from the sale of the works support programming initiatives at MOCA. More about previous Art Toronto MOCA Benefit Editions.