Happy Thursday and happy end of January. Here’s a list of eleven exhibitions and arts and culture programs I think you should see. Click links for details. Enjoy!
a love ethic, curated by Emilie Croning, presented by Wedge Curatorial Projects, and featuring artists Jah Grey, Jamila Noritz Reyes, Jeremy Rodney-Hall, Jorian Charlton, Justin Aranha, Nadia Huggins and William Ukoh; opening February 1 at the Gladstone Hotel (Toronto, CA)
Nep Sidhu: Medicine for a Nightmare (they called, we responded), curated by cheyanne turions, opening February 9 at Mercer Union (Toronto, CA)
Shorts Program: Under the Influence; featuring films by Brontez Purcell, Martine Syms, Tiona Nellie McClodden, Shikeith, Raven Jackson, Elegance Bratton; February 14 at BAM Rose Cinemas (Brooklyn, USA)
Mwangi Hutter, opening February 28 at Kunsthalle Mannheim (Mannheim, DE)
Broadcasting from Babylon, a programming series organized by Amal Alhaag and María Guggenbichler, through March 15 at various locations (Amsterdam, NL)
yəhaw̓, curated by Tracy Rector, Asia Tail, and Satpreet Kahlon, opening March 23 at King Street Station (Seattle, USA)
Op-Film: An Archaeology of Optics, Filipa Cesar and Louis Henderson, through April 20 at HANGAR (Lisbon, PT)
Cherdonna Shinatra: DITCH; Ramin Haerizadeh, Rokni Haerizadeh, Hesam Rahmanian: The Rain Doesn’t Know Foes from Friends; and Tschabalala Self through April 28 at the Frye Art Museum (Seattle, USA)
Negarra A. Kudumu
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