Curator talk with Sylvie Gilbert
July 11, 2012 – 7pm to 8:30pm
Plug In ICA is pleased to present a talk by Summer Institute faculty member Sylvie Gilbert Wednesday, July 11th at 7 pm. The talk is free and everyone is welcome to attend.
Sylvie Gilbert is currently the director of Artexte in Montreal, a centre dedicated to the study, the documentation and the interpretation of documents produced in the ﬁeld of contemporary visual arts. The various positions she has held in arts organizations, museums and public galleries, have included senior curator at the Walter Phillips Gallery and the Banff International Curatorial Institute at the Banff Centre (2004-2008), and director/curator of the Liane and Danny Taran Gallery at the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts in Montreal (2001-2004). Gilbert acted as the Canadian Commissioner for Catherine Richards for the Sydney Biennale (2004). She has curated numerous exhibitions, the most recent include: alt publication.artists.contemporary.mtl.ottawa.gimli, Pickpocket Almanack Project, Artissima, Italy (2010); Derek Sullivan and Gareth Long: The Illustrated Dictionary of Received Ideas (2010); Bureau de Change (2008); Micah Lexier’s Touch Paper Once: Selected Documents from the Walter Phillips Gallery Archive 1976 – 2007(2008); Garry Neill Kennedy: Simple Functionalism (2008); Dagmara Genda: Screamers and Bangers: The Wallpaper Project (2008), and Comic Craze (2006) among others. She has also edited numerous publications including the latest two issues ofSupplément, a periodical published by Éditions Artextes.
Supported in part by Francofonds. The Summer Institute is supported by RBC Emerging Artist Program and the Winnipeg Foundation.