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Art Museum: Toronto January and Kent Monkman

art museum: Though there's humour in her appearances as a country wife and nude model posing with the fathers of Confederation, there's also a hefty dose of pain and anger in works that dramatize starvation, forced treaties, residential schools, incarceration and murdered women, according to NOW Magazine. The show is touring Canada, opening in Kingston in January, and being adapted into a book. Kent Monkman, Shame And Prejudice A Story Of Resilience, Art Museum at the University of Toronto January 26-March 5 In his most integrated and powerful show yet, Monkman deployed history paintings, installations and artifacts to tell the story of Indigenous people in Canada through the eyes of Miss Chief Eagle Testickle, his two-spirited alter ego. Fran Schechter2. Now. Every. ( As reported in the news.