Conversations on Curating: Josée Drouin-Brisebois
Josée Drouin-Brisebois is the Senior Curator of Contemporary Art responsible for the collections of Canadian and international Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Canada. She has been involved with the representation of Canada at the Venice Biennale for the last decade. She organized the Canadian participation in the 2013 (Shary Boyle) and 2011 (Steven Shearer) Venice Biennales. She also served as Project Director for Geoffrey Farmer’s participation in 2017 and was the lead curator of Isuma for the 2019 edition.
Josée Drouin-Brisebois is the Curator of the 13th Kaunas Biennial in Lithuania (2021-22). She has curated numerous exhibitions including at the National Gallery of Canada as well as at the Art Gallery of Alberta, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto (MOCA) and The Rooms. In addition to publishing catalogues for the National Gallery and the Venice Biennale, her writing on contemporary art has appeared in a variety of publications and periodicals in Canada and abroad.
Conversations on Curating with Josée Drouin-Brisebois
2pm, Thursday 4 March
Free. Advance booking essential.
Find out more about the Conversations on Curating series here.