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Lynne Cohen’s “Readymade” spaces coming to the WAG

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Lynne Cohen: Between Something and Nothing, the latest exhibition partnership between the WAG and the National Gallery of Canada, opens to the public April 12.

  • Lynne Cohen, Spa, 1999, dye coupler print, 80.6 x 102 cm sight; integral frame: 110.9 x 131.5 x 2.8 cm.  National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

    Photo © NGC

    Lynne Cohen, Spa, 1999, dye coupler print, 80.6 x 102 cm sight; integral frame: 110.9 x 131.5 x 2.8 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

  • Lynne Cohen, Banquet hall, Howard Johnson’s, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1976 (printed 1986), gelatin silver print, 18.9 x 24 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

    Photo © NGC

    Lynne Cohen, Banquet hall, Howard Johnson’s, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1976 (printed 1986), gelatin silver print, 18.9 x 24 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

  • Lynne Cohen, Untitled, 2008, chromogenic print, 81.5 x 101.6 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

    Photo © NGC

    Lynne Cohen, Untitled, 2008, chromogenic print, 81.5 x 101.6 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

  • Lynne Cohen, Hall, 1999, dye coupler print, 80.7 x 102 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

    Photo © NGC

    Lynne Cohen, Hall, 1999, dye coupler print, 80.7 x 102 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

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