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#OutsidersAGO Twitter Q&A with curators Sophie Hackett and Jim Shedden

April 6th, 2016

The Garry Winogrand display in Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s–1980s

The Garry Winogrand display in Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s–1980s

We want to hear from you! Join us on Thursday, April 7, 11am for a livestream tour and livetweet about Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s–1980s.

Co-curators Sophie Hackett and Jim Shedden will lead a quick livestream tour of the exhibition at 11am, and we want you to tweet your questions during and after the tour!

HOW TO TAKE PART

Watch the livestream tour (on Twitter) on Thursday, April 7, 11am.

Follow @agotoronto and the hashtag #OutsidersAGO on Twitter for our livetweet of key remarks.

Tweet your questions to @agotoronto (adding the hashtag #OutsidersAGO) and we’ll share as many as we can with the curators.

Unknown American, Large Group in the Living Room, 1963. Chromogenic print, 8.8 x 19 cm. Purchase, with funds generously donated by Martha LA McCain, 2015. 2014/915. © Art Gallery of Ontario.

Unknown American, Large Group in the Living Room, 1963. Chromogenic print, 8.8 x 19 cm. Purchase, with funds generously donated by Martha LA McCain, 2015. 2014/915. © Art Gallery of Ontario.

 

Outsiders: American Photography and Film, 1950s–1980s

The first exhibition of photography and film of this scope and size in the AGO’s history, Outsiders celebrates the iconoclastic mid-20th century American artists—like Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Nan Goldin, Danny Lyon, Kenneth Anger and Gordon Parks—who captured a changing America and life on the fringes.