2016 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize

September 7 2016 - January 29 2017
  • Installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Elizabeth Zvonar, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Elizabeth Zvonar, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Elizabeth Zvonar, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Elizabeth Zvonar, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Elizabeth Zvonar, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Talia Chetrit, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Talia Chetrit, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Talia Chetrit, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Talia Chetrit, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Talia Chetrit, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Jimmy Robert, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Jimmy Robert, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Jimmy Robert, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Jimmy Robert, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.

  • Jimmy Robert, installation view

    AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize, 2016
    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The four nominees for this year’s AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct ways that artists practice photography today. The works include the documentary black and white images of Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, the performative approach of Jimmy Robert, the intimate explorations of Talia Chetrit, and the collage strategies of Elizabeth Zvonar. Taken together, this collection of images offers a compelling look at the ways bodies can express both histories and personal identities.

    Take a tour through the exhibition by clicking through the images above. Once you’ve seen the exhibition, vote for the artist whose work speaks to you and help decide who will win this year’s $50,000 prize.

    This exhibition includes photographs depicting nudity and sexuality.