Earl Miller is an independent curator and art writer based in Toronto. He has curated exhibitions across Canada in public galleries and institutions such as the Doris McCarthy Gallery, the Yukon Art Centre, the Tree Museum, and the Art Gallery of York University. He has written catalogue essays for galleries and institutions including the National Museum of Romania, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, and Le Crédac: Centre d’Art Contemporain d’Ivry. His essays have also appeared in books, and he has contributed to numerous visual arts periodicals including Art in America, Canadian Art, and Flash Art. He is a member of the International Association of Art Critics, through which he presented a paper at the AICA International Congress in Seoul, South Korea, in 2014.
Miller’s exhibition, Crossing the Line: Contemporary Art from Denmark, on view at CDCC from November 5–December 11, 2016, was reviewed by Akimbo and selected by Canadian Art as a Must-See show.
Links / Updates
Earl Miller Updates the Art of Walking NYC | Interview with Sky Goodden
BlouinArtInfo | Fall 2013
Artists’ Walks: The Persistence of Peripateticism | Essay by Earl Miller
Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs | Summer 2013
The Walk Exchange: Pedagogy and Pedestrianism | Interview with Moira Williams
cmagazine issue 121 | Spring 2014
A Rebuke to the Perceived “Crisis in Criticism”: Social Media and the Liberated Reader | Article by Earl Miller
Momus | Winter 2014
On Kawara’s “I Am Still Alive” Twitter Presence: An Anomaly in Post-Internet Art | Article by Earl Miller
Momus | Summer 2015
No Land in Sight: A Timely Response to the Migrant Crisis from Denmark’s SUPERFLEX | Review by Earl Miller
Momus | Winter 2016