The Way She Looks: A History Of Female Gazes In African Portraiture

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Dec

The Way She Looks: A History Of Female Gazes In African Portraiture

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Photographs from The Walther Collection. Exhibition features contemporary works by female artists, including Yto Barrada, Jodi Bieber, Lebohang Kganye, Zanele Muholi, Grace Ndiritu, and Nontsikelelo Lolo Veleko alongside 1950s studio portraits by such important historical figures as Malick Sidibe and Seydou Keita, and 19th-century prints, cartes de visite, postcards, and albums.

To Dec 8. Free.

SPECIAL EXHIBIT TOUR: Nov 13 at 6 pm w/ Gaelle Morel, RIC Exhibitions Curator, and Marieme Lo, Associate Professor in Women and Gender Studies & Director of the African Studies Program. Free. facebook.com/events/443759772906410

SPECIAL EXHIBIT TOUR: Dec 4 at 6 pm w/ Gaelle Morel, RIC Exhibitions Curator, and Kenneth Montague, Founding Director of Wedge Curatorial Projects and The Wedge Collection. Free.


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Date And Time

2019-09-11 to
2019-12-09
 

Location

33 Gould Toronto Ontario, 33 Gould Toronto Ontario
 

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The Way She Looks: A History Of Female Gazes In African Portraiture
 

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