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AFROPUNK

Posted on September 29, 2017

Powerful new exhibit forces viewers to question their understanding of black womanhood

Eye Candy

Nigerian-born, Ottawa, Canada-based visual artist Kosi Nnebe’s new solo exhibition, SOMATIC SATIATION, is an ode to Black womanhood. But it is not just any ode, it is a transformative experience meant to challenge the viewer’s conceptions about what Black womanhood even means, inspiring a more freeing understanding less rooted in misogynoiristic prejudices.

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Canadian Art

Posted on August 04, 2017

Must-Sees This Week: July 6 to 12, 2017

Canadian Art Staff

On July 6, “Return to Figurative,” a group exhibition featuring Julia Campisi, Kristina Corre, Ariane Fairle and Amanda Gorman opens at 6 p.m. at Studio Sixty Six.

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Canadian Art

Posted on June 22, 2017

Must-Sees This Week: June 8 to 14, 2017

Canadian Art Staff

...notions of interior and exterior converge in “In-Habit,” opening June 8 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Studio Sixty Six and featuring work by Joyce Crago, Troy Moth, Farihah Shah and others.

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PACE Magazine

Posted on May 17, 2017

5 Local Galleries That Showcase Ottawa's Best Art

Clare Brebner

Where do you find art in Ottawa? Instead of having a distinct gallery district, Ottawa is host to plentiful gems that are tucked away throughout the city in unexpected places. Arts Court, a multidisciplinary art hub in the downtown core, is an exception to this rule, as is the smattering of well-established galleries in Westboro...

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APARTMENT 613

Posted on April 13, 2017

Exhibition: Present Tense at Studio Sixty Six 

Danuta Sierhuis

Present Tense is a complex–and telling–title for Studio Sixty Six’s newest exhibition curated by Rose Ekins, featuring painting and mixed media work from Kosisochukwu Nnebe, Guillermo Trejo, and Florence Yee, which runs from April 6 to May 6 2017. The title plays simultaneously between grammar and the tensions of postcolonial and racial discourses that are inherent in Canadian society and abroad.

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About

Studio Sixty Six is an emerging artist gallery located at 858 Bank Street, Suite 101, in the Glebe. This is our official blog, where we share what's happening at the gallery, as well as in the broader fine art and design communities of Ottawa.

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