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Indigenous Art Curator Wanda Nanibush Leaves Art Gallery of Ontario, Prompting Questions

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Wanda Nanibush is no longer the curator of Indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) in Toronto.

The museum confirmed that Nanibush had recently departed her position at the museum after “seven incredibly productive years” but did not provide a reason to ARTnews.

“Incorporating historical narratives that have been long excluded in institutions like the AGO is very hard work,” AGO director and CEO Stephan Jost said in a statement emailed to ARTnews. “In coming to this mutual decision with Wanda, we acknowledge her monumental leadership and vision and are deeply grateful for everything she accomplished.”

Read more: https://www.artnews.com/art-news/news/wanda-nanibush-indigenous-art-curator-art-gallery-of-ontario-1234687592/

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EXHIBITION CURATED BY THE COURTAULD’S MA CURATING THE ART MUSEUM STUDENTS TO OPEN AT THE COURTAULD GALLERY.

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This summer an exhibition curated by The Courtauld’s MA Curating the Art Museum students will open at The Courtauld Gallery.

The Courtauld’s students are creating a compelling and exciting exhibition by bringing together Post Impressionist paintings and prints from our collection with contemporary works from the David and Indré Roberts Collection. The result promises to be an exhibition that encourages us to find thought-provoking and unexpected connections between artworks that span more than a century. All the artists represented explore new ways of depicting their own experiences of nightlife, entertainment, and spectacle, often playing with the strange effects of light after nightfall. We are delighted that Good Morning, Midnight has been such a fruitful collaboration with the Roberts Institute of Art.

Read more: https://fadmagazine.com/2024/05/15/exhibition-curated-by-the-courtaulds-ma-curating-the-art-museum-students-to-open-at-the-courtauld-gallery/

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EVA International announce curator for 2025 festival

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EVA International, Ireland’s biennial of contemporary art, which takes place every two years in Limerick, has announced arts academic and researcher Eszter Szakács as the curator of its guest programme for the 41st instalment of the festival.

Ms Szakács joins a curatorial team that includes Iarlaith Ní Fheorais and Roy Claire Potter, led by EVA director Matt Packer.

She is a PhD candidate at the University of Amsterdam’s School for Cultural Analysis.

Read more: https://www.limerickpost.ie/2024/05/06/eva-international-announce-curator-for-2025-festival/

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Israel-Hamas war impacts Venice Art Biennale

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The Venice Biennale, which runs this year from April 20 to November 24, is one of the world’s most prestigious international art shows. It is also held alongside the Documenta in the German city of Kassel.

The lagoon city will once again become the center of the international art world in the coming weeks and months. Over 800,000 art lovers made a pilgrimage to the previous Biennale held two years ago, and two-thirds came from abroad, a new record.

Read more: https://www.dw.com/en/israel-hamas-war-impacts-venice-art-biennale/a-68806799

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