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Transformations

June 2022–June 2023

Fugitive Rituals:
Nicolas Fleming, SF Ho, Cindy Mochizuki, Lisa Myers, Laura Pitkanen, Camille Turner and Alize Zorlutuna

30 July–4 December 2022

Pamila Matharu:
Where Were You in ‘92?

30 July–4 December 2022

Winsom Winsom:
The Masks We Wear

30 July–4 December 2022

Land Protectors

2 July–4 December 2022

The Fabrics of Representation

16 July–4 December 2022

Collection Count + Care

14 June–4 December 2022

View of Transformations. Photo: Paul Litherland

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Situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory, Agnes is a curatorially-driven and research-intensive professional art centre that proudly serves a dual mandate as a leading, internationally recognized public art gallery and as an active pedagogical resource at Queen’s University. By commissioning, researching, collecting and preserving works of art and by exhibiting and interpreting visual culture through an intersectional lens, Agnes creates opportunities for participation and exchange across communities, cultures, histories and geographies. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.

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