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Exhibition: Curtis Santiago

Posted in Arts & Culture
Sep 14, 2017 to Dec 15, 2017

Curtis Santiago, Mumala on Veranda (detail), 2016.

Curtis Santiago: Constructing Return
curated by Magdalyn Asimakis

Through drawing, painting, sculpture and video, Curtis Santiago instinctively moves between places and media to access his past in order to understand what Stuart Hall refers to as the ‘diasporic experience.’ This survey presents bodies of work developed in Canada, the United States, Trinidad, and South Africa that unpack the ways we look at and structure the past as a way of understanding the present.    

When:  September 15–December 15, 2017
opening reception: Friday, Sept. 15 at 7:30 pm
Where:  College Art Galleries
107 Admin. Place
Info: (306) 966-4571
Hours: Tues–Fri 11:00 am–4:00 pm

Talk: The artist in dialogue with the curator
Thurs., Sept. 14 at noon at Gordon Snelgrove Gallery


 

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