Kenneth Montague

Kenneth Montague is a Toronto-based art collector, and the founder and director of Wedge Curatorial Projects. Montague has been exhibiting photo-based work with a strong focus on work that explores black identity and the African diaspora since 1997.

Montague grew up in a Jamaican-Canadian family on the border of Canada and America; his family was one of the first Jamaican immigrants in the community and closely immersed in issues of race and representation.

Montague has served on the Africa Acquisitions Committee at the Tate Modern, London (2012-2015), the Advisory Board of the Ryerson Image Centre (2012-2014) and the Photography Curatorial Committee at the Art Gallery of Ontario (2009-2012). He is currently an AGO Trustee and Chair of the Education and Community Engagement Committee. He served as a juror for the 2015 Bamako Encounters Biennale in Mali, and continues to speak on numerous panels internationally. This year, Montague was awarded an honorary doctorate from OCAD University.

View a feature in OBJEKT, here, and a recent Dwell review here.

A Note from the Director

Welcome to Wedge Curatorial Projects' website. Here you'll find information about our current and past projects, our growing Wedge Collection of international works of art.

We encourage your feedback about what we do,
so please write soon.

Sincerely, Kenneth Montague Signature

Wedge Curatorial Projects

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