Copy/Paste/Erase | Collective exhibition

Copy/Paste/Erase | Collective exhibition

Galerie C.O.A is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition titled Copy/Paste/Erase, which will be on display from May 11th to June 10th, 2017.

This collective exhibition sets forth multiple overlapping perspectives on creating visual arts in the Post-Internet era. Its title evokes technological processes, the multitudes of dynamics they generate between subjects and objects, and the changes they create both in style and content. Eloquent and creative strategies, Somber or quirky outlooks, and multiple processes of both traditional and experimental media are highlighted in the kaleidoscopic selection of artwork which comprises Copy/Paste/Erase.

9 emerging and established artists, both local and international, have been brought together for this event: Jérémiedb, Zoltan Veevaete (Canada), Nick Flatt & Paul Punk (Germany), David Rosado (Portugal), Mic Linder (Sweden), Joe Suzuki, Charles Clary, and Mauro C. Martinez (United States).

 

+ Discover the artwork in this collective exhibition

 

 The vernissage will take place at the gallery on Thursday, May 11th from 5 PM to 10 PM.

Our vernissage is generously sponsored by Les Subversifs Microdistillery with their artisanal Piger Henricus Gin, and Les 2 Frères Brewery, with their Charles-Henri and Hickson craft beers. 

+ View vernissage photo gallery

Les Subversifs & Brasserie Les 2 frères : our Sponsors/ nos Commanditaires






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