Peary MacMillan Arctic Museum
Don Quixote of the Arctic: Inuit Artists Address Contemporary Issues
September 19, 2015 - January 10, 2016
Hubbard Hall foyer
Floyd Kuptana, Don Quixote of the Arctic, Toronto, 2006. Brazilian soapstone, antler, hide. Museum purchase. Photograph by Dean Abramson.
Contemporary Inuit have created works that explore difficult issues facing their communities, including climate change and social disruptions associated with a long history of colonization. This small exhibit of Canadian Inuit carvings features some of those works.