Josephine Denis

Born & raised in Port-au-Prince/New York, and currently residing in Tiohtià:ke/Montreal, Josephine Denis is a curator and writer whose practice centers BIPOC communities in the creation and narration of our own spaces. She advocates for Black diasporic art, critical interactions, and institutional transformations through which artists and publics can co-create affective networks of radical socio-political change.

Photo: Mallory Lowe