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Sally Frater

Sally Frater is the curator of contemporary art at the Art Gallery of Guelph. She is interested in issues of place, memory and body in her curatorial practice.
Making Throughlines

Making Throughlines

A national survey of artists whose work layers collaboration, inheritance and collective memory

Position As Desired

Position As Desired

Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum

Kerry James Marshall

Kerry James Marshall

Vancouver, Vancouver Art Gallery

Posing Beauty in African American Culture: Colour Fields

Posing Beauty in African American Culture: Colour Fields

Hamilton is the only Canadian stop for a new exhibition, curated by NYU photo chair Deborah Willis, that interrogates notions of beauty and blackness. As reviewer Sally Frater observes, Willis’ approach provides antidotes to some longstanding art conundrums.