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Katherine Takpannie: One

Inuk photographer Katherine Takpannie takes center stage on PAMA's outdoor banners. Seen from behind, she is a solitary figure enveloped by the whiteness of a snow-covered, winter landscape.  

Wahsontiio Cross January 25, 2023 Magazine
Neighbourhood Hangouts: Katherine Takpannie’s Vanier
September 8 - January 3, 2022
Quintessential COVID-19 photos
Four local photographers reflect on images that encapsulate 1st year of pandemic.
Winners of the 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.
Katherine Takpannie's intimate self-portraits and expansive

New Generation Photography Award

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‘It’s completely surreal’
Katherine Takpannie says she hopes gallery visitors reflect on her photography’s themes, including murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls
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National Gallery of Canada NGPA Exhibit
August 13 - December 5, 2021
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Ottawa photographer wins National Art Gallery award
OTTAWA -- An Ottawa photographer will have her work displayed at the National Gallery of Canada, after winning this year's Scotiabank New Generation Photography
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Ottawa-based Inuk photographer wins big award
Photographer Katherine Takpannie in Ottawa Friday October 16, 2020. Katherine, a young Inuk photographer and is one of this year's three winners of the New Gene
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Meet the Artists: 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
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National Gallery of Canada: New Generation Photography Award
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Takpannie Long-listed for New Generation Photography Award
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CONTACT: National Gallery of Canada Toronto Exhibit
June 25 - November 14, 2021

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