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Globe and Mail covers Anique Jordan’s Toronto Arts Foundation

Anique Jordan and Camille Turner’s Scream Cafe at Queens University

Anique Jordan exploring African Canadian Identity in Position As Desired

Windsor Star: Position as Desired

Migrating the Margins an art show at York University captures the suburbs’ creative force

Every.Now.Then: The best Group of Seven work you’ve never seen

Migrating the Margins recognized as 1 of 16 top Art Shows to See This Fall 

Anique Jordan’s arming by Clara Ford reviewed, “Armed and armoured”  

Why Everybody is Talking about “Every.Now.Then”

Students select new artwork by Anique Jordan for UofT Scarborough art collection 

“An interview with artist Anique Jordan: Lawren Harris, Toronto and a complicated storyAGO”

ENT Reviewed by Murray White, “Canada revisited at the Art Gallery of Ontario”

Every.Now.Then: Canada revisited at the Art Gallery of Ontario from Our Windsor 

ENT Reviewed by Murray White, “Canada revisited at the Art Gallery of Ontario” 

Every.Now.Then: Canada revisited at the Art Gallery of Ontario from Our Windsor   

AGO’s Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood is the Canada 150 Exhibition we Need

Every.Now.Then Reframing Nationhood in Now Magazine by Frank Schechter

Anique Jordan’s artwork complicates Lawren Harris’ in The Ideas of the North, Globe and Mail

Anique Jordan in The Ideas of the North challenge ask Where Canada really came from The Globe and Mail  

Anique Jordan’s Mas' performance at AGO creates “art that’s urgent and reflect what’s absent” 

Anique Jordan responds to “The Idea of the North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris’”

OCADU Students Neighbourhood Art Tour With Anique Jordan

Anique Jordan in The Idea of the North by Murray White  

Anique Jordan in The Idea of the North Among The Globe and Mail’s ‘Favourite Things’

“Artist of the Month: Anique Jordan.”CLUTCHPR

"What Haunts You: An Interview With Anique Jordan” by No More PotLucks’ Desmond Miller

Toronto Arts Foundation Interviews Anique Jordan



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