Garden installation: black and white photographs with text
«…all that has value was then counted as nothing »
1. Currently installed at the Grosvenor Lodge, London (Ontario).
2. Exposition "To Eat or Not to Eat," Centro del Arte de Salamanca, CASA, Salamanca, Spain, 2002. (Spanish version).
3. Exhibition: "All That Has Value," Covent Garden Market, London, ON, 1998. (Group Exhibition)
4. "All That Has Value," traveling exhibition organized by McIntosh Gallery, London, ON, 1995-1996: McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario and Covent Garden Market, London, ON; Edmonton Art Gallery (now the Art Gallery of Alberta), Edmonton, AB; Presentation: House Gallery, Vancouver, BC, April 6-May 12, 1996; Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, SK (Commissioner Peter White).
5. Exhibition: "All That Has Value," McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario, London, ON, 1995.
6. Covent Garden Market receiving dock, London, ON, 1993-1994. (Billboard installation. Crazon Vinyl lettering on board. 244x610 cm).
7. Harbourfront, Toronto, ON, 1993 to 1995 or 2003. (Installed with a garden of plants of the Americas, Queens Quay, every summer).
All That Has Value was dismantled from the Harbourfront location in 2003 and relocated to Grosvenor Lodge Heritage Museum in London, Ontario in 2004, where it currently continues to thrive.
Benner’s garden was one of those that Harbourfront Centre chose to keep in place for more than a single year. This allowed the addition, two years after the initial installation, of a 4’ x 4’ b/w photo mural, originally used in American Cloisonné (1987-1988).