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Artist Glexis Novoa curated by award-winning curator Catherine Sicot
“Glexis is the essence of the rebel and the survivor. He's been confronted with different forms of control and power, but always resisted through his art. His multi-faceted practice is rooted in his ethics, spirituality and humanism, which I find deeply inspiring.”
AWARD-WINNING CURATOR • ELEGOA • OAKVILLE GALLERIES • MAM PARIS
Catherine Sicot's unconventional curatorial practice develops on the edges of the white cube. Catherine has built a reputation as a fearless art producer facilitating international art collaborations with underserved communities in Canada, France and Cuba. During the 2012 Havana Biennial, she co-curated MAC/SAN, an ephemeral international contemporary art museum in a suburb of Havana. Since 2014, she has been developing La Primavera del Amor, a platform for intercultural research and art production in Cuba. In 2015, in conjunction with the 12th Havana Biennial, she launched "Hors Pistes: La Primavera del amor” first edition of Hors-Pistes Festival in Havana, in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou’s (Hors-Pistes Programme) and local partners. She has collaborated in the development of the Sophie La Rosière Project with Iris Häussler since 2013.