Last chance to see one of Canada’s most provocative artists and
cultural thinkers question what our future holds
Douglas Coupland is one of Canada’s most celebrated contemporary artists, writers and thinkers. Through diverse media ranging from Lego to found materials, painting to installation, he explores issues which affect us all: the 21st-century condition, Canadian identity, the power of language and the pervasive presence of technology in modern life.
Douglas Coupland: everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything is the first major survey of the work Coupland has created since 2000. The exhibition is a first-time partnership between the Royal Ontario Museum and the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art.
With incisiveness and humour, Coupland’s work will inspire you to question contemporary issues and suggest new ways of seeing your world.
Douglas Coupland: everywhere is anywhere is anything is everything includes over 100 works. The exhibition is divided into six themes, four of which are on display at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), and two at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA).
For the full exhibition experience, visit both venues:
At ROM from January 31 to April 26, 2015
At MOCCA from January 31 to April 19, 2015
Roloff Beny Gallery (fourth floor of the Crystal)
ROM Contemporary Culture is one of eight Centres of Discovery at Toronto’s Royal Ontario Museum. It engages leading creators and thinkers of our time who challenge us to look at our world anew, showing us historical linkages and pointing us to future possibilities.
The mandate of the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art is to exhibit, research, collect, and promote innovative art by Canadian and international artists whose works engage and address challenging issues and themes relevant to our times.