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The 2019 Toronto Biennial of Art is a cultural catalyst, communicating ideas with a spirit of experimentation and innovation. Every two years, Toronto becomes an incubator for current discourse and an exchange of critical ideas in contemporary art among artists and diverse audiences from across Canada and around the world. By delivering extensive exhibitions and cultural partner programming, the Toronto Biennial will engage students, youth, families, artists, communities, and professionals in the arts.

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May 9, 2018 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada... The Toronto Biennial of Art (the Biennial) today announced three new appointments to guide its curatorial program. For the inaugural, city-wide art event taking place next fall from September through December 2019, and for the subsequent 2021 iteration, Candice Hopkins has been appointed Senior Curator and Tairone Bastien has assumed the position of Curator. As part of the Biennial’s core team, Ilana Shamoon has been hired as Director of Programming. Read full release.

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