Kunstverein Toronto’s upcoming 2014-2015 programming includes projects with Tyler Coburn, Jason Dodge's Fivehundred Places Press, Maryse Larivière, Glenn Lewis and Carolee Schneemann.
Kunstverein Toronto is a nomadic exhibition platform operating alongside its partners in Amsterdam, Milan and New York. Initially moveable in both time and space, Kunstverein Toronto is dedicated to experimentation, discussion and hospitality in art and exhibition practices. Fundamentally, Kunstverein Toronto seeks to foster exchange between local and international conversations and contexts. While prodding at expectations of disciplines, authorship, form, and display in contemporary art, Kunstverein Toronto strives to appeal to specialized and general audiences alike. A not-for-profit institution, Kunstverein Toronto is supported through membership. We program in dialogue with a local advisory board as well as an international group of artists, curators, thinkers, and enthusiasts.
Lotte Lara Schröder
Kunstverein New York
BECOME A KUNSTVEREIN TORONTO MEMBER
KUNSTVEREIN TORONTO MEMBERS: $50+ ($30 students/artists)
Members receive priority access to Kunstverein Toronto’s programs, invitations to members’ only pre-opening cocktail parties, and a custom cover for an evolving, modular Kunstverein Toronto catalogue.
COLLECTOR’S CLUB MEMBERS: $500+
Collector’s Club members receive all of the above plus a limited edition print by Dexter Sinister, prepared especially for Kunstverein Toronto’s launch
DINER’S CLUB MEMBERS: $1,000+
Diner’s Club members receive all of the above plus invitations to private dinners and events with visiting artists and curators.
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