I am truly delighted to be taking on the role of Executive Director of Gallery TPW later this month. I am very much looking forward to joining the team and contributing to shaping TPW’s new vision.
Thank you to the OAAG awards for recognizing With an instinct for justice (Doris McCarthy Gallery, 2018) as the Thematic Exhibition of the Year (budget under $20,000). Thank you to everyone who made this project possible, in particular the artists – Shadi Harouni and Elise Rasmussen.
Through lines (Koffler Gallery, 2018) and With an instinct for justice (Doris McCarthy Gallery, 2018) have both been shortlisted for the OAAG awards. I am truly grateful for this recognition, especially for these two projects.
Thank you to moool for featuring LeuWebb Projects’ large-scale installation, Long Division, which was part of Public Volumes at Bradley Museum, Mississauga this past spring.
I am excited to announce that I am joining the AGO’s exhibitions department for the next year. I will be working on developing some large-scale projects which I am truly delighted to play a role in supporting.
Public Volumes opened April 5, 2019 at the SAIB. This is a large-scale project that includes projects across three sites in Mississauga, new writing commissions, a public programming series curated by Anu Radha Verma and an on-line project developed in partnership with Koffler.Digital. Thank you to everyone who participated in and collaborated so generously in realizing this ambitious program.
Thank you to John Nyman for his in-depth review of Through lines (which opened September 2018 at Koffler Gallery and Critical Distance Centre for Curators) in Border Crossings #149, published March 2019.
I am really thrilled to be included in this years TAC Leaders Lab program. Looking forward to sharing more about this program in the coming months.
Opened Amy Malbeuf’s solo exhibition tensions at the Small Arms Inspection (SAIB) building in Mississauga on January 5, 2019. This is such an important project to bring to the space. Thank you to Amy for entrusting us with showing her work as part of the inaugural programming at the SAIB.
Delighted to announce that my most recent editorial project, Aleesa Cohene’s I Don’t Get It, was nominated for the Ontario Association of Art Galleries’ Art Publication Award.