Dr. Kenneth Montague

Dr. Kenneth Montague is an art collector and curator based in Toronto and the founder and director of Wedge Curatorial Projects. Since 1997, he has been investigating photo-based work that explores black identity and the African diaspora. FLAVA: Wedge Curatorial Projects 1977 – 2007, an art book published in 2007, documents the projects, exhibitions and community workshops produced during its first decade. The Wedge Collection has grown to encompass both historical and contemporary photography, as well as non-photo based works that challenge notions of representation and identity. Exhibitions curated by Dr. Montague include Becoming at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Detroit; head room at the Museum of Canadian Contemporary Art, Toronto; CONTACT 2010 exhibition Always Moving Forward: Contemporary African Photography from the Wedge Collection at Gallery 44, Toronto; and the upcoming Position As Desired / Exploring African-Canadian Identity: Photographs from the Wedge Collection at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto (Fall 2010).

Aimia Photo Prize Scholarship Juror Dr.Kenneth
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