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Jeff Bierk & Tau Afryea Lewis – Art Toronto MOCA Benefit Edition 2016 Print

$800.00

Art Toronto 2016 MOCCA Benefit Editions — Jeff Bierk & Tau Afryea Lewis
Fourth Floor with Tau, Portrait, September 14, 2016, 2016. *Local pick-up only

Product Description

*Local pick-up only

Limited Edition Print

Jeff Bierk & Tau Afryea Lewis
Fourth Floor with Tau, Portrait, September 14, 2016, 2016
C-Print
Edition of 15
20 x 30 inches
$800 (unframed)
Courtesy of the artists

Jeff Bierk is a self-taught photographer currently living, loving and working in Toronto, Ontario.

Tau Lewis is a 22-year-old self-taught sculptor and mixed media artist. Lewis’s sculptures are infused with by-products (recycled material, personal items/ likeness) to construct a political image. Lewis uses materials varied by natural, plant based and synthetic origins to simulate living things, in doing so she creates life-like sculptures that explore the political boundaries of nature, identity and authenticity. Her work is bodily and organic, with an explicit strangeness and subtle morbidity. Thematically, Lewis’s work carries strong feminist themes. Lewis explores black beauty, identity politics and African diaspora. Her most recent work interrogates the appropriation of urban black bodies and landscapes.

Tau Lewis is a Jamaican-Canadian artist currently living and working in Toronto, Ontario.

Purchase the entire collection for a special price of $5,000. Contact Anne Rawn, Project Coordinator, at (416) 395-7613 or arawn@museumofcontemporaryart.ca for more information.

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.

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