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Eunice Bélidor Becomes First Black Curator in Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’s 161-Year History

17 Apr 2021

The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts has named Eunice Bélidor its new curator of contemporary art, making her the first, full-time Black curator in the institution’s 161-year history.

“This is something that happens in all the institutions I go through,” Bélidor told the Montreal Gazette. “Wherever I have been hired before, it always sends that message (of change), because I’m usually the first Black person holding that position.”

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Source: ARTnews.com

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