Pulp Fiction at Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

Pulp Fiction at the MOCCA, curated by Corinna Ghaznavi, brings together a group of fourteen artists from across Canada as a means of examining this phenomenon of art practice. Because the work bypasses the space, systems and many of the concerns of Canada’s established institutions, this show developes as an unintelligable dialogue between regional artists with museum standards speaking to a commercial gallery with a strong Canadiana thematic.


Little dolls by Jennie O’Keefe.

James Kirkpatrick, the talking that influences everything that still goes on those that allow it to happen, a found object sculptural installation piece. Jason Mclean and Mark DeLong
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