Vancouver Art Gallery - Vancouver
20 / 02 / 2016 – 12 / 06 / 2016

MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture is an exhibition in four parts:

The Digital Age: Hacking, Remix and the Archive in the Age of Post-Production
1st floor: February 20–May 15, 2016

Alvar Aalto / Cory Arcangel / John Ashbery / Dodie Bellamy / BIG / Valérie Blass / Chris Burke / William S. Burroughs / Alex Chan / ILL Clan / Danger Mouse / Simon Denny / Stan Douglas / T.S. Eliot / Geoffrey Farmer / Amber Frid-Jimenez / Ellen Gallagher / Isa Genzken / Girl Talk / Jacqueline Goss / H5 / Theresa Hak Kyung Cha / Rachel Harrison / April Hoffmann / Richard Hutten / The KLF / Barbara Kruger / Oliver Laric / Paul D. Miller, aka DJ Spooky, That Subliminal Kid / MUJI / MVRDV / Negativland / Ken Okiishi / Elizabeth Price / Rooster Teeth Productions / DJ Shadow / Hito Steyerl / Palle Torsson / UJINO / Rosmarie Waldrop / Stanley Wong / Tobias Wong / Haegue Yang / Rachel Zolf / Kim Adams (ROBSON PLAZA: Robson & Howe Streets)

Late 20th Century: Splicing, Sampling and the Street in the Age of Appropriation
2nd floor: February 20–May 15, 2016

Armando / Vikky Alexander / John Baldessari / Afrika Bambaataa / Fiona Banner / Jean-Michel Basquiat / Edo Bertoglio / David Byrne / Alison Chernick / John Miller Chernoff / Bruce Conner / Joseph Cornell / Tom Dixon / Stan Douglas / Eclectic Method / Brian Eno / Vadim Epstein / Dragan Espenschied / Barbara Ess / Fast Eddie / Deanna Ferguson / General Idea / Jack Goldstein / Grandmaster Flash / Gu Wenda / Keith Haring / Auriea Harvey / Michael Holman / Pierre Huyghe / David Ian Xtravaganza / JODI / Brian Jungen / Mike Kelley / Brian Kennon / The Kidd City Orchestra / Manfred Kirchheimer / Rem Koolhaas / Jeff Koons / Sherrie Levine / Olia Lialina / Jennie Livingston / Madonna / Liz Magor / Maison Martin Margiela / Christian Marclay / Masters at Work / Bruce Mau / Paul McCarthy / MFSB / OMA / Richard Prince / Qiu Zhijie / Chantal Regnault / Roc in Kato / Doris Salcedo / The Salsoul Orchestra / Michaël Samyn / Pierre Schaeffer / Quentin Tarantino / Technotronic featuring Felly / Robert Farris Thompson / Amos Tutuola / Rachel Whiteread / Xu Bing

The Post-War: Cut, Copy and Quotation in the Age of Mass Media
3rd floor: February 20–June 12, 2016

9999 / George Barber / Dara Birnbaum / Bironic / Adrian Boot / Trisha Brown / John Cage / Achille Castiglioni / Pier Giacomo Castiglioni / Merce Cunningham / Guy Debord / Betty Ferguson / Kandy Fong / Frank Gehry / Jean-Luc Godard / Richard Hamilton / Here’s Luck / Nam June Paik / Diggory Kenrick / King Tubby / Lim / Arthur Lipsett / Lloyd and Kerry / Barbro Schultz Lundestam / Jeremy Marre / Obsessive 24 / Lee “Scratch” Perry / Robert Rauschenberg / Roy Richards / Pierre Schaeffer / Wayne Smith / Shadow Songs / Superstudio / Jean Tinguely / UFO / The Upsetters / Jacques Villeglé / Andy Warhol / Joyce Wieland / Jud Yalkut

Early 20th Century: Collage, Montage and Readymade at the Birth of Modern Culture
4th floor: February 20–June 12, 2016

Georges Braque / Joseph Cornell / Marcel Duchamp / Brian Eno / Juan Gris / John Heartfield / Hannah Höch / Ken Jacobs / El Lissitzky / William Notman / Francis Picabia / Pablo Picasso / Dr. Franz Roh / Luigi Russolo / Kurt Schwitters / Jan Tschichold / Hans Wegner

Offsite: Elizabeth Zvonar
Through May 1, 2016

MashUp is curated by the Vancouver Art Gallery’s Chief Curator/Associate Director Daina Augaitis, Senior Curator Bruce Grenville, and Assistant Curator Stephanie Rebick. In keeping with the interdisciplinary and collaborative nature of the exhibition, the Gallery invited a diverse range of 30 local and international curators, scholars, artists, designers and architects to contribute to the scholarship and presentation of the exhibition and accompanying catalogue.

A fully illustrated hardcover catalogue for MashUp features essays by 30 contributors, including Dawn Ades, Daina Augaitis, Nicolas Bourriaud, Nicholas Chambers, Francesca Coppa, Michael Darling, Bruce Grenville, Paul D. Miller, Isabel Schulz, Stephanie Rebick and many more. The catalogue is co-published by the Vancouver Art Gallery and Black Dog Publishing.

About the Vancouver Art Gallery

The Vancouver Art Gallery is a not-for-profit organization supported by its members, individual donors, corporate funders, foun­dations, the City of Vancouver, the Province of British Columbia through the BC Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts. We thank everyone for their continuing generosity.


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