Canada is pleased to present Black Femme: Sovereign of WAP and the Virtual Realm, a group show featuring work by Caitlin Cherry, Delphine Desane, Emily Manwaring, Kenya (Robinson), Sydney Vernon, and Qualeasha Wood.

Black Femme is a celebratory exhibition focusing on a group of six black female-identifying artists whose practices challenge and dismantle the restrictive societal confines imposed on the black femme body, both in the virtual realm and IRL. The works in Black Femme, a combination of painting, video, textiles, and drawing, have been brought together to create a deconstructive discourse around femininity, sexuality, and gender politics through a post-internet lens. A live performance will mark the midway point of the exhibition, and will be virtually broadcast. Further details will soon be announced.