Thunder Bay, Canada (September 10 – October 19, 2015)

Coordinates: 48°22’34.0″N 89°15’47.0″W

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Thunder Bay Art Gallery
September 10 – October 19, 2015
Thunder Bay, Canada

Following the opening of the project in Thunder Bay, Tweed Museum of Art Director Ken Bloom offered this statement:

122 Conversations penetrates boundaries. Often in the case of contemporary art, audiences face a disconnect between themselves and the art. They are faced with a confrontation. They search for clues, while the work professes detachment. Anne Labovitz has challenged that model. The artist has maintained her individuality as a painter in creating a stylistic context for the works on exhibition, and she has opened up the exhibition as a process unto itself, by effectively engaging each and every visitor to contribute to the whole. The response has been enthusiastic.

Thunder Bay Image List