The Grange Prize: Exhibition of works by 2010 finalistsOct 8 — Dec 22, 2010


  • Moyra Davey (Canadian), Shure, 2003, chromogenic print. Courtesy of the artist and Murray Guy, New York

  • Josh Brand (American), Untitled, 2009, unique chromogenic print, 14 × 11 inches. Courtesy of the artist

  • Kristan Horton (Canadian), Orbit: Doorknob, 2009, chromogenic print, 135 × 102cm. Courtesy of the artist and Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, Toronto

  • Leslie Hewitt (American), installation view of Untitled (Geographic Delay), 2009, chromogenic print in wood frame, 30 × 36 inches. Courtesy of the artist and D’Amelio Terras, New York

Works by:

Joshua Brand
Moyra Davey
Leslie Hewitt
Kristan Horton


This exhibition features work by the four finalists in the Grange Prize competition. The Grange Prize is a partnership between the Art Gallery of Ontario and Aeroplan. Each year, The Grange Prize recognizes the work of Canadian and international contemporary photographers, awarding $50,000 CAD to a winner chosen through an online public vote from among two Canadian and two international artists. The Grange Prize works each year with a different partner museum in a country other than Canada; this year the MoCP is the partner institution. The four candidates for the 2010 prize (two are American, two Canadian) were selected by a professional curatorial panel including Sophie Hackett, Art Gallery of Ontario; Karen Irvine, MoCP; Dominic Molon, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and Kenneth Montague, Wedge Curatorial Projects, Toronto.

For more information and to vote, visit www.thegrangeprize.com

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