Candice Hopkins


(Canada, lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico). Independent curator and writer, she was curatorial resident at the National Gallery of Canada, where she presented the Sakahàn: International Indigenous Art exhibition. She was director and curator of the Western Front exhibit program for experimental art. In 2012 she presented a reading for dOCUMENTA (13) and gave presentations at Witte de With, Tate Modern and different spaces in Canada. Her writings on Indian art, history and aesthetics are published by MIT Press, Fillip, Walter Phillips Gallery, the National Museum of American Indian and New York University. She is part of the curatorial team of Unsettled Landscapes (along with Lucia Sanromán, Irene Hofmann and Janet Dees) inaugural exhibition of the biennial Santa Fe SITE (July 2014).