MOMUS: “Where Does Art Get To Live?”: A Conversation Between Anique Jordan and Michèle Pearson Clarke
NOW Magazine: 18 Must-see shows at CONTACT 2019
Akimbo: Review of Ban' yuh belly by Shani Pearson
Osgoode’s artist in residence amplifies the stories of Black Canada
Art Gallery of Ontario interview on The Feast
NOW Magazine: A hundred Black women and gender-non-conforming artists feasted in the Art Gallery of Ontario
Huffpost: How ‘Black Wimmin Artist’ Went From Whatsapp Group To Real-Life Community
CBC Arts: In the heart of the AGO, 100 Black women artists gathered to celebrate. Is it a sign of true change?
Hyperallergic: Black Women Artists Stage a Performative Dinner at the Art Gallery of Ontario
Globe and Mail covers Anique Jordan’s Toronto Arts Foundation emerging artist award
She Does the City Profile: Artist & curator Anique Jordan on art, power dynamics & developing a culture of affirmation
Excalibur Newspaper: AniqueJordan Profile
Bright in the corners: A new art show at York University captures the suburbs’ creative force
Co-curated by Anique Jordan, AGO's "Every.Now.Then: The best Group of Seven work you’ve never seen"
Group show with artwork by Anique Jordan, "Migrating the Margins, recognized as 1 of 16 top Art Shows to See This Fall"
Metro Newspaper: Anique Jordan’s arming by Clara Ford reviewed, “Armed and armoured”
Canadian Art: Why Everybody is Talking about “Every.Now.Then”
Students select new artwork by Anique Jordan for UofT Scarborough art collection
AGO: “An interview with artist Anique Jordan: Lawren Harris, Toronto and a complicated story”
Toronto Star: “Canada revisited at the Art Gallery of Ontario”
She Does the City: AGO’s Every.Now.Then: Reframing Nationhood is the Canada 150 exhibition we need
Anique Jordan in The Idea of the North Among The Globe and Mail’s ‘Favourite Things’
The Globe and Mail: AGO exhibition asks where Canada really came from
Scarborough Mirror: Anique Jordan’s Mas' performance at AGO creates “art that’s urgent and reflect what’s absent”
No More Potlucks: "What Haunts You: An Interview With Anique Jordan & Desmond Miller"
Toronto Arts Foundation Interviews Anique Jordan
Clutch PR: Artist of the month
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