Paulo Nazareth: STROKE

STROKE, Nazareth’s first solo exhibition in Canada, presents a selection of long-term projects and a new body of work. The works highlight Nazareth’s reflections on the lasting effects of the colonial construction of the “Other,” stemming from slavery and rooting itself in structural racism, capitalist systems, and migration politics today. In addition to a selection of major works that will be on display both inside and outside the gallery, The Power Plant has also commissioned a body of work that extends Nazareth’s research into the discrimination against Black communities throughout the Americas, particularly in the context of public swimming pools.


Paulo Nazareth: STROKE

Leaflet | © Mapbox © OpenStreetMap Improve this map