2017 Aimia | AGO Photography Prize

September 6, 2017 - January 14, 2018
  • Installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Raymond Boisjoly, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Raymond Boisjoly, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Raymond Boisjoly, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Raymond Boisjoly, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Raymond Boisjoly, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Liz Johnson Artur, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Liz Johnson Artur, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Liz Johnson Artur, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Liz Johnson Artur, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Liz Johnson Artur, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Taisuke Koyama, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Taisuke Koyama, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Taisuke Koyama, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Taisuke Koyama, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Taisuke Koyama, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Hank Willis Thomas, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Hank Willis Thomas, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Hank Willis Thomas, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Hank Willis Thomas, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Hank Willis Thomas, installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.

  • Installation view

    Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada

    The nominees for the 10th AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize reveal the distinct and compelling ways in which artists are using photography today. From political to personal, documentary to conceptual, these artworks prompt us to think about the nature of photographic images. What information do photographs convey? How is this information transmitted to us, and how does the transmission influence our relationships to one another? Each of the four nominees, in their own way, aims to transform our understanding of the world we live in.

    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.