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The PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art, a non-profit organization founded in 2007, is dedicated to making contemporary art accessible to everyone by bringing impactful experiences to the public in order to break down preconceptions about what contemporary art is and who it is for.

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Rirkrit Tiravanija: JOUEZ/PLAY

November 3 March 10

The PHI Foundation is pleased to present JOUEZ/PLAY, a solo exhibition by artist Rirkrit Tiravanija

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The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research

November 3 March 10

The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research is a public engagement project by the collective of the same name. Taking place in the PHI Foundation’s Education Room

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Guided Tours with the Education Team for All

December 7, 2023, January 18, February 8 and March 7

The PHI Foundation invites you to participate in a guided tour led by our team of educators in order to discover the exhibition JOUEZ/PLAY by artist Rirkrit Tiravanija.

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Fail/Pass – Lectures and Workshops

February 23 and 24

Over the course of two days of dialogue, artists, educators and researchers will come together to present their research, offer workshops, reflect on the successes and failures of their respective practices, and discuss failure as a generative tool in the work of public engagement

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The Plateaux of Mirror

March 2

The Plateaux of Mirror is an evening of sonic and musical performances organized in conjunction with the exhibition Rirkrit Tiravanija: JOUEZ/PLAY, as part of Nuit blanche à Montréal’s 21st edition

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Rajni Perera and Marigold Santos: Efflorescence/The Way We Wake

May 3 September 8

Rajni Perera and Marigold Santos, Efflorescence/The Way We Wake (detail), 2023. Polymer clay, styrofoam, paint, metallic powder, synthetic hair, pearls, steel, aluminum, floral foam, paper, plastic, 60 x 96 x 48 inches. Photo: Mikhail Mishin. Courtesy of the artists and Patel Brown Gallery

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LEARN

The PHI Foundation’s Department of Education offers inclusive programming and a variety of pedagogical resources that encourage further exploration of contemporary art.

All our activities are free of charge.

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Antenna is an editorial reservoir of written, audio and video content related to PHI's activities and projects. In addition to events and exhibitions, browse the various content on contemporary art.