Katherine Takpannie

RECENT EXHIBITS

Starting Over...Again.
February 11 - March 13, 2021
Napaaqtulik (Forest)
March 4 to July 4, 2021
Starting Over...Again.
February 11 - March 13, 2021
Napaaqtulik (Forest)
March 4 to July 4, 2021
Starting Over...Again.
February 11 - March 13, 2021
Napaaqtulik (Forest)
March 4 to July 4, 2021

Starting Over...Again.

KATHERINE TAKPANNIE

Amautik, 2018

archival pigment print on Baryta paper, ed. of 5 2AP
24" x 36"

KATHERINE TAKPANNIE

Qulliq, 2020

archival pigment print on Baryta paper, ed. of 5 2AP
24" x 36"

KATHERINE TAKPANNIE

Katajjaq, 2017

archival pigment print on Baryta paper, ed. of 5 2AP
24" x 36"


RECENT SERIES

Ma Myriah Peace
All Eyes on Mi'Kma'Ki
Autumn Peltier
All Eyes on Mi'Kma'Ki
Ma Myriah Peace
Our Women and Girls are Sacred
Ma Myriah Peace
All Eyes on Mi'Kma'Ki
Autumn Peltier
All Eyes on Mi'Kma'Ki
Ma Myriah Peace
Our Women and Girls are Sacred
Ma Myriah Peace
All Eyes on Mi'Kma'Ki
Autumn Peltier
All Eyes on Mi'Kma'Ki
Ma Myriah Peace
Our Women and Girls are Sacred

LINKS/ARTICLES

Meet the Artists: The 2020 New Generation Photography Award Winners  

Join the 2020 New Generation Photography Award winning artists Noah Friebel, Curtiss Randolph, and Katherine Takpannie as they discuss their practice with Andrea Kunard, Associate Curator of Photographs at the National Gallery of Canada.


 Quintessential COVID-19 photos  4 local photographers reflect on images that encapsulate 1st year of pandemic 

Hallie Cotnam · CBC News · Posted: Mar 01, 2021 4:00 AM ET | Last Updated: March 1

Award-winning Inuk photographer Katherine Takpannie chose this picture from the Black Lives Matter rally on Parliament Hill as her quintessential COVID-19 photo. (Katherine Takpannie)

National Gallery of Canada: New Generation Photography Award
The National Gallery of Canada in collaboration with Scotiabank supports Canadian artists who create lens-based photographic work.
Takpannie Longlisted for New Generation Photography Award
Takpannie is among 13 photographers longlisted for the New Generation Photography Award, which celebrates 3 young Canadians working in lens-based art each year.
Winners of the SAW Prize for New Works
25 artists in Ottawa-Gatineau have earned the inaugural SAW Prize for New Works.
Asking For a Friend: CKCU FM 93.1
They Forgot That We Were Seeds: sharing a conversation featureing artists KC Adams, Cheyenne Sundance and Katherine Takpannie, curator Kosisochukwu Nnebe.
Art Gallery of Ontario Artist Spotlight
Katherine Takpannie showcases the urban Inuk perspective of a western world through the eyes of her camera lens.
Inuit Art Quarterly's Artist Database
Katherine Takpannie is an artist and writer currently based in Ottawa, ON.
11 March 2019 IAQ
Katherine Takpannie's intimate self-portraits and expansive scenes reveal the nuances of urban Inuit life by Ashley McLellan
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