Annie Gérin, Director

Annie Gérin is Dean of Concordia’s Faculty of Fine Arts. Educated in Canada, Russia and the UK, she is a curator and art historian. Her research interests encompass the areas of Soviet art, public art, visual satire and cultural policy. Her publications include Devastation and Laughter: Satire, Power and Culture in Early Soviet Russia (2018), Françoise Sullivan, Life and Work (2018), Godless at the Workbench: Soviet Humoristic Antireligious Propaganda (2004) and the co-edited collections Canadian Cultural Poesis (2006), Public Art in Canada: Critical Perspectives (2009), Oeuvres à la rue: pratiques et discours émergents en art public (2010), Formes urbaines : Circulation, stockage et transmission de l’expression culturelle à Montréal (2014), and Sketches for an Unquiet Country - Canadian Graphic Satire 1840-1940 (2018).