Terence Gower: The Good Neighbor Pocket Book


Terence Gower: The Good Neighbour Pocket Book

By Aimé Iglesias Lukin and Karen Marta, Editors

Edited by Aimé Iglesias Lukin and Karen Marta, this is a pocket book released to accompany the Americas Society exhibition of the same name on the works of the Canadian artist.

Terence Gower was born in British Columbia, Canada, in 1965. He studied at Emily Carr College and spent the early years of his practice in Vancouver, Cologne, and Mexico City and has continued to show widely internationally. He has been based in New York City since 1995 where he has shown at MoMA PS1, New Museum, Queens Museum, and many commercial and non-profit galleries. His work on the modern movement in Mexico was the subject of a major solo exhibition, Ciudad Moderna, at the Laboratorio Arte Alameda in 2005. His 2009 solo exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC treated the history of that institution. Internationally he has shown at Institut d’Art Contemporain Villurbaine, Lyon; MACBA, Barcelona; Tensta Konsthal, Stockholm; Museo Tamayo, Mexico City; MAC, Santiago, Chile; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin; MUSAC, León, Spain; and Audain Gallery, Vancouver, and he has participated in the Mercosul and Havana Biennials.

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Learn more about the exhibition Terence Gower: The Good Neighbour at Americas Society. 

Table of contents

  • Foreword by Susan Segal
  • A Canadian in Mexico by Aimé Iglesias Lukin
  • Good Neighbors in the Backyard by Julieta González
  • Partial Facsimile: Invoking Siqueiros
  • Works Selected
  • Exhibition History
  • Selected Bibliography
  • Author Biographies
  • Acknowledgments

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You can purchase the catalogue here.