Photo of the chapbook by Yaniya Lee. The minimalist blue cover is marked by the title of the book in white. Written in capital letters, the title reads "A Black art history project by Yaniya Lee" at the top of the cover. In the centre, it says "Buseje Bailey" in larger font. Finally, at the bottom of the cover, it written in medium font "reasons why we have to disappear every once in a while". The blue cover contrasts with the clarity of the uniform white background.
May 2, 2024 — 5:00 PM @ Artexte

As part of Yaniya Lee’s research residency

As part of her research residency Wayside Archive at Artexte (summer 2021), writer and critic Yaniya Lee was interested by the artefacts and narratives of Black queer women, which rarely surface in archives and historical canons. The researcher was hoping…
Launch WWWWW
September 16, 2023 — 1:30 PM @ VOX / 3 PM @ Artexte

Presented as part of MOMENTA Biennale de l’image and in collaboration with VOX, centre de l’image contemporaine

On the occasion of the 18th edition of MOMENTA Biennale de l’image, and in collaboration with VOX, centre de l’image contemporaine, Artexte is pleased to invite you to the launch of Who Was Who Was Who in Contemporary Canadian Art…
September 10, 2022 — 11 AM to 12 PM @ online

Co-organized by 7A*11D International Festival of Performance and Artexte

In partnership with the 7A*11D International Festival of Performance, Toronto Performance Art Collective and Artexte are pleased to invite you to the virtual launch of the digital reissue of w.o.r.k.s.c.o.r.e.p.o.r.t on September 10, 2022, at 11:00 am (EDT) on Zoom.…
October 20-26, 2014

Highlighting Open Access material from e-artexte

Organizations make their publications accessible online using the e-artexte digital repository, which currently holds more than 350 public digital documents. To celebrate Open Access Week, Artexte is highlighting Open Access material from e-artexte.   The Centre des arts actuels Skol …