November 24, 2021 to April 1, 2023
Tiohtà:ke means "where the currents meet," and the PHI Centre is located where the Saint-Pierre River once flowed. A river on the PHI Centre comes to life in a multimedia light installation visible from the windows overlooking St. Pierre Street. The installation is accompanied by an original poem by Joséphine Bacon and a soundtrack by Kelly Nunes.
PHI FOUNDATION FOR CONTEMPORARY ART
February 19 to May 22, 2022
As of February 19, revisit important historical moments through a modern lens with Stan Douglas’s compelling photo series.
The PHI Foundation will present the Canadian premiere of Douglas’s latest photographic series, Penn Station’s Half Century (2021), as well as the Disco Angola series (2012), which has never before been exhibited in Québec. These two recent series shed light on the artist’s enduring fascination with the mechanics of representation, whether photographic, cinematographic, theatrical or architectural, institutional, ideological, cultural or social. Selected to represent Canada at the 2022 Venice Biennale, Stan Douglas is one of our country’s most internationally acclaimed artists.