Fighting ‘Institutional Intolerance,’ Canada Is Introducing a Biennial for Indigenous Artists in 2020

Kate Brown: Artnet

A debut biennial for Indigenous artists will coincide with the opening of the Winnipeg Art Gallery’s new $65 million Inuit Art Center in 2020. The inaugural biennial will include work by Indigenous artists from New Zealand, Australia, and across Canada.

Co-organized by Jamie Isaac and Julie Nagam, the event is due to take place at the Inuit Art Center, a prestigious new building designed by the Los Angeles-based architect Michael Maltzan. Alongside the biennial, the museum will also open another show curated by the all-Inuit curatorial team INUA. …Read More

Pictured: Bruno Canadien, Hustle & Bustle/Downriver House (2016). Collection of the artist.

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