Vue d'exposition, Over My Black Body, Galerie de l'UQAM, 2019. © eunice bélidor.

eunice bélidor

Author / Spring 2023


Montréal-born eunice bélidor is a curator, author, and researcher, as well as an adjunct professor affiliated with the Department of Art History at Concordia University. In her current practice, she looks at questioning as a method and at letter writing as creating autotheory and its intersection with care, feminism, and racial issues. She has organized exhibitions in Canada and Europe, and her writings have been published in Esse, Canadian Art, Hyperallergic, the Journal of Curatorial Studies, Invitation, InCirculation, and ESPACE. She is the recipient of the Hnatyshn Foundation–TD Bank Group Emerging Curator in Contemporary Art Award (2018). She has worked at articule, the FOFA Gallery at Concordia University (Montréal), and the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.