Edwin Isford

Edwin Isford

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
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VERNISSAGE! Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Quartier Général Art POP Headquarters

Blake Gilley, Bronson Smillie, Edwin Isford, Eva Young, Fatine-Violette Sabiri, Les Sabines, Madelyne Beckles, Marie Elaine Lalonde, Nabil Azab, Sabrina Ratté Skawennati and XX Files
Montreal
N / A

Edwin Isford

From Montreal

Edwin Isford's practice originates from a personal fraught relationship with his slender body in opposition to a learned idealization of the muscular male archetype. The artworks focus on ornamental and mystical properties of materials that are ingrained with ideas of masculinity, growth, and toxicity: fitness supplement-encrusted photographs, rubber sculptures that grow in water, and inedible faux-caviar compositions suspended in automotive liquids.