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More Than Two (Let It Make Itself)

Artist
Micah Lexier
Date
2013
Publisher
The Power Plant
Format
Artists' Books
ISBN
978-1-894212-38-0
Size
19.5 × 26.5 × 2 cm
Length
226 pp
Description

This artist book was published in conjunction with the exhibition Micah Lexier: One, and Two, and More Than Two, curated by Gaëtane Verna and presented at The Power Plant from 21 September 2013 – 5 January 2014.

This publication features images of 221 artworks and objects made by 101 individual artists, duos, and collectives, selected and arranged by Micah Lexier for his ambitious curatorial project More Than Two (Let It Make Itself). Encompassing artists at varying stages of their careers, Lexier presents his take on the wide-ranging, multi-generational portrait of a robust Toronto art community. In seeking to celebrate this expansive community, Lexier brings to The Power Plant an incisive look at the networks of creative production that surround it. “The thirty vitrines that constitute the exhibition”, he states, “house my personal take on some of the wonderful, inventive, like-minded objects that I encountered during my research.” More Than Two is a vibrant portrait of the artist’s diverse community.

Softcover, perfect-bound, b/w

 

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