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Esker Foundation: “RELATIONS: Diaspora and Painting”

Esker Foundation: “RELATIONS: Diaspora and Painting”

This group exhibition explores the multiple and complex meanings of the idea of the diaspora, its condition, and its experiences as expressed in painting. “Diaspora issues and concepts are of particular importance to me as a person of colour, born in Canada with mixed...
Barnes Foundation: “30 Americans”

Barnes Foundation: “30 Americans”

30 Americans presents works by 30 important and influential contemporary African American artists. From the canonical to the cutting-edge, these artists explore identity against a backdrop of pervasive stereotyping—of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, and...
Aperture Foundation : “Orlando”

Aperture Foundation : “Orlando”

Virginia Woolf’s prescient 1928 novel Orlando tells the story of a young nobleman who, during the era of Queen Elizabeth I, lives for three centuries without aging and mysteriously shifts gender along the way. In 1992, filmmaker Sally Potter released a now-classic...

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