from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Until September 15, 2019
WOMEN OF ALL AGES, FROM ALL COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD: YOU ARE INVITED TO SEND A TESTAMENT OF HARM DONE TO YOU FOR BEING A WOMAN.
WRITE YOUR TESTAMENT IN YOUR OWN LANGUAGE, IN YOUR OWN WORDS AND WRITE HOWEVER OPENLY YOU WISH.
YOU MAY SIGN YOUR FIRST NAME IF YOU WISH, BUT DO NOT GIVE YOUR FULL NAME.
SEND A PHOTOGRAPH ONLY OF YOUR EYES.
THE TESTAMENTS OF HARM AND PHOTOGRAPH OF YOUR EYES WILL BE EXHIBITED IN MY INSTALLATION ARISING, APRIL 25 – SEPTEMBER 15, 2019, IN THE EXHIBITION LIBERTÉ CONQUÉRANTE/GROWING FREEDOM. THE INSTRUCTIONS OF YOKO ONO AND THE ART OF JOHN AND YOKO., IN MONTREAL AT THE FONDATION PHI POUR L’ART CONTEMPORAIN.
THE INSTALLATION ARISING WILL CONTINUE TO GROW AND WILL BE EXHIBITED IN MANY COUNTRIES.
I VERY MUCH HOPE FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION.
Group Visits and
We invite any group of ten people or more to reserve a guided visit with one of our educators. These visits are designed for groups of all types: primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, community centres and language schools, as well as the general public. Visits last 1½ hours. Unique to each exhibition and developed in collaboration with Montreal-based artists, our workshops complement participants’ gallery experience through hands-on experimentation. A visit combined with a workshop lasts two hours. Our visits and art workshop are free of charge.
For any reservation request, you can contact us by email ([email protected]) or by phone (514 866-6767 ext. 4219).
Please indicate your preferred date and time, the number of participants as well as any special needs for the group.
About Fondation Phi
DHC/ART Fondation for Contemporary Art has been renamed Fondation Phi pour l’art contemporain as part of Founder/Director Phoebe Greenberg's wish to consolidate all of her interests in art and culture under one rubric: Phi.
The Fondation will remain a global ambassador, continuing its mission to bring experiences with contemporary art to local, national, and international audiences. As such, the Fondation maintains its commitment to offering exhibitions, events, and educational programs free of charge in order to ensure accessibility to art on a number of levels.
To browse our past exhibitions, please visit our archived website.