In The Shoreline Dilemma curators Candice Hopkins and Tairone Bastien offer a consideration of “climate” that spans the tangible environment to the social. Here are some highlights to catch before the Biennial closes on December 1.
Eunice Bélidor is a Montreal-based curator, critic, and researcher, specializing in contemporary Haitian art, and interested in fashion design, performance, post-black studies, and feminism. She is the creator of #CuratorialTips, an Instagram research tool for curators.
The Many Lives of Things at Montreal’s Photography Biennial
For its 16th edition, MOMENTA expands its approach to present a more interdisciplinary examination of our relationships to objects.
Black Women Artists Stage a Performative Dinner at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Black Wimmin Artist hosts a historical gathering that aptly reflects forgotten Canadian art.
A Biennial Spotlights the Bonds Between Women
The Biennale d’Art Contemporain Autochtone, which this year partnered with indigenous artists and curators, was a showcase of the power of sisterhood.