Isabelle Wallace to Lecture on Delvoye at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Associate Professor of Art History Isabelle Loring Wallace will deliver a public talk on February 14th at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in which she responds to the eponymous exhibition, Wim Delvoye. Belgian artist Wim Delvoye's work is on view though March 19 and is organized by DHC/ART, a Canadian organization dedicated to the presentation of contemporary art.

Wallace will appear as part of the museum’s Dissections series of lectures and events intended to encourage interdisciplinary discussions on contemporary art. In her lecture Wallace will explore recurring themes in Delvoye’s practice such as transgression, religion, and scatology, as well as the elastic concept of ‘the Gothic’.

Image: Installation view, Wim Delvoye, Car Tyre series, 2011. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Perrotin.
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