Noa Bronstein is a curator and writer based in Toronto, whose practice is often focused on the social production of space and thinking through how artists disrupt and subvert systems including those registering across social, political and economic structures.
Noa has previously stewarded two leading artist-run centres through her role as the Executive Director of Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography and Gallery TPW. In 2018, in her position as Senior Curator at the City of Mississauga, she oversaw the opening of the Small Arms Inspection Building with programming by local and international artists, including Diane Borsato, Stephanie Comilang, Amy Malbeuf, Dawit L. Petros and Kara Springer, and partnerships with the Peel Aboriginal Network and the Toronto Biennial of Art, amongst many others. Noa has curated and programmed projects/exhibitions at institutions across Canada, including at the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Contemporary Calgary, The Rooms (St. John’s), Doris McCarthy Gallery (Toronto) and The New Gallery (Calgary). Her writing has appeared in publications including Artforum, Border Crossings, C Magazine, Canadian Art, esse art + opinions and The Journal of Curatorial Studies. Noa is currently the Assistant Director of the Art Museum at the University of Toronto.