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Featuring works from three of contemporary artist Luis Jacob's recent exhibitions in Canada, this book focuses on the art museum as the frame, influencing the way the audience views and interprets the art. It questions what lies behind the picture and proposes another dimension to art that is the viewer's encounter with it.
Luis Jacob is an artist, rising in popularity, who lives in Toronto, Canada. Working as artist, curator, and writer, his diverse practice addresses issues of social interaction and the subjectivity of aesthetic experience. Solo exhibitions include: Pictures at an Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (Toronto); Without Persons, Art in General (New York City); Tableaux Vivants, Fonderie Darling Foundry (Montreal); Group exhibitions include: Haunted: Contemporary Photography/Video/Performance, at the Solomon R. GuggenheimMuseum (New York) and Dance with Camera, Contemporary Art Museum (Houston) and Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia); and documenta12 (Kassel).