VOX — Centre de l’image contemporaine


Monographic exhibitions conceived around extensive corpora of works undeniably play a large part in VOX’s programming. These exhibitions provide the chance to explore the little-known aspects of established artists’ work. Each time, we tackled the same challenge: that of revisiting the past while adopting an in-the-now perspective. For, as the Tina Kukielski so aptly put it: “It is to the impossible, the incomplete, that curators should look in the hopes of unearthing some small meaningful shard, a new perspective from which to look back.” If the idea of the retrospective has meaning for us, at VOX, it is informed by that (re)discovery process.

Exhibition View of Jonathan Monk. Exhibit Model Three, 2017. Photo : Michel Brunelle.