Above: Works by artist Abigail DeVille.

From top to bottom:

Installation view of Dark Day, “Ungovernable: 2012 New Museum Triennial.” Photo: Benoit Pailley

Black & Whitish, 2007. Canvas backed paper collage, tape, enamel, oilbar, xerox, newsprint, and blue jean fabric.120 x 156 inches.

Installation view - “Reflecting Abstraction”, curated by Dean Daderko, Vogt Gallery, April 14 - May 14, 2011.

Harlem World, 2011. Found wood panels, latex, enamel, tempera, paper pulp, paper, and tape. 72 x 96 inches.

Abigail DeVille is speaking at CAMH in conjunction with the exhibitions Black in the Abstract and Rites of Spring on January 9th at 6:30PM. Learn more about her upcoming lecture on our Facebook page or at camh.org

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