Installation view of two gallery walls during the opening of Mithsuca Berry: The Sun Knows No Impostor.Photo by Melissa Blackall

Sienna Kwami

Sienna Kwami (they/them) is an independent curator and curious person in love with the little things. Their curatorial interests include Haitian aesthetics and human evolution through spiritual processes. Their curatorial path includes mache trip-nou (in English: walk our gut): a show focusing on the revolutionary spirit of Ayiti in the work of non-binary and trans Haitian artists.

Sienna Kwami curated Mithsuca Berry’s “The Sun Knows No Impostor” which was on view at the BCA Mills Gallery from November 13—December 19, 2021.

“The Sun Knows No Impostor” was the second exhibition in the new “1:1 Curatorial Initiative” series presented in the Mills Gallery at Boston Center for the Arts. Each exhibition in this series presents a collaborative project between one curator and one artist, and either introduces a new artist or highlights a new aspect of a more experienced artist.