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Dexter Barker-Glenn is a multidisciplinary artist based in Montreal and Toronto. Through painting, video, and installation work he explores the role of consumer goods in our understanding of self. He graduated from the Etobicoke School of the Arts and is currently completing an undergraduate degree in Studio Arts at Concordia University with a minor in Computer Science. Dexter has shown works in the Albright-Knox in Buffalo, Galerie Luz in Montreal and is excited to be a part of an upcoming group show at the AXENÉO7 centre in Gatineau.

Exhibition History

2020 - Gallery LUZ “Art Matters” Montreal, QU, CA
2019 - Gham & Dafe “Thresholds V” Montreal, QU, CA
2019 - VAV Gallery “CUCCR Residency” Montreal, QU, CA
2018 - VAV Gallery “Resonance” Montreal, Qu, CA
2018 - Espace Pop Gallery
2017 - TIFF Lightbox, “Film Festival: ESA Grad Gala” Toronto, ON, CA
2017 - Albright-Knox “Group Exhibition: AK Teens: Future Curators exhibition” Bufalo, NY, USA
2016 - Kitchener Public Library “Film Festival: Youth Video Competition” Kitchener, ON, CA
2015 - Youth Art Show Artscape Youngplace“Group Exhibition: EDGE”, Toronto, ON CA
2015 - Edward Day Gallery “Group Exhibition” Toronto ON, CA