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#13152

As a “Dilemma" We’re Seen as Enormous (Tokens are Currency): Beach Towel

Artist
Divya Mehra
Price
$115.00
Date
2017
Publisher
Art Metropole
Format
Editions
Size
60 × 35 Extra-Large
Genre
Textile, Art Metropole Edition, Multiple
Description

Full colour heavyweight beach towel
Made from a blend of polyester (35%) and combed Turkish Cotton (65%)
Edition of 36.
Each item comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity.

Join ‘The Gang’ this summer at the beach, poolside, park, summer haus at the lake, library, dentist, Sephora, yoga studio, juice cleanse bar, benefit concert outdoor music festival, conference, restaurant, record store, vegan takeout, Banff Centre, Documenta, cinematheque, worthy cause, brunch, Kunstverein, gluten-free-space, speaker series, protest summer camp, Venice Biennale, new-age-tapas-exclusive-inclusive-hang-zone, fundraising meeting, summer residency, day care, dispensary, video screening, bike shop, rap show, new-to-you-cash-for-me vintage consignment store, dog park, relational aesthetic unevent-event, doctor’s office, Münster, or at your art admin job with a high fashion, full colour beach towel. Limited quantities while supplies last!!

Working in a variety of mediums, Divya Mehra addresses the effects of colonization and institutional racism, re-contextualizing references found in hip hop, literature and current affairs. Mehra’s practice explores diasporic identities, racialization, otherness and the construct of “diversity.” Her work has been featured many exhibitions and screenings, notably with Creative Time, MoMA PS1, MTV, and the Queens Museum (New York), MASS MoCA (North Adams), Artspeak (Vancouver), the Images Festival (Toronto), the Beijing 798 Biennale, Bielefelder Kunstverein, and Latitude 28 (Delhi). Mehra holds an MFA from Columbia University and is represented in Toronto by Georgia Scherman Projects. She divides her time between Winnipeg, Delhi and New York.

With special thanks to Georgia Scherman

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