Profile: NOA BRONSTEIN curator Last Update:April 28, 2016

Noa Bronstein is a researcher and curator based in Toronto. Recent curatorial projects include THE ANNUAL (2012) and Come Up to My Room (2012, 2013) at the Gladstone Hotel, where she was the Director of Exhibitions and Cultural Promotions, and Out of Sorts: Print Culture & Book Design (2011) at the Design Exchange, where she was the Director of Public Programs and the Acting Curator.

She is also the co-curator (with Katherine Dennis) of Memories of the Future, an ongoing project that invites contemporary artists to intervene in historic house museums. The inaugural Memories of the Future opened in September 2014 at Gibson House Museum with artists Sara Angelucci, Robert Hengeveld, Eleanor King and Matt Macintosh.

Bronstein has contributed to such publications as C Magazine, The Journal of the Inclusive Museum, esse art + opinions, Curator: The Museum Journal, and Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism. She is currently the Executive Director of Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography.

Selected Work

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Taking it slow: Duration and intimacy in Olivia Boudreau's Le Bain and L'étuve | Review by Noa Bronstein C Magazine | Fall 2014

Ryerson Image Centre, Toronto, Imprint, Julie Gemuend | Review by Noa Bronstein Esse | Issue 83, 2015