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An exhibition highlight: Monkman, Johnson and Bennett 

When: Ongoing
If you missed Kent Monkman's incredible Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience shown at the gallery last fall, which re-presented the story of Canada through the voice of a genre-fluid, time-travelling alter-ego Miss Chief Eagle Testickle; if you slept on Jordan Bennett's Ketu' elmita'jik, which saw him reclaiming Indigenous artifacts, playing with colour and shape in an immersive environment; if you don't already know Ursula Johnson to be the talent of a generation, being the first Atlantic Canadian to win the Sobey Art Award with her dynamic practice; this show will give you a crash course in all three—a sort of visual Reader's Digest on a trio of the best, brightest talents in the art world right now. Consider yourself told.


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Vol 27, No 39
February 20, 2020

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