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The Toronto Star, Making a statement about queer female masculinity by raising voices — and wrinkles, review by Sue Carter | February 16, 2022

Strange Fire Collective, Q&A: Michèle Pearson Clarke, interview by Jess T. Dugan | May 18, 2021

Ryerson University Magazine, Artist Michèle Pearson Clarke questions the status quo, interview by Connor Garel | June 5, 2020

Akimbo, Michèle Pearson Clarke at The New Gallery, Calgary, review by Maeve Hanna | October 17, 2019

BlackFlash Magazine, A Habit of Tenderness: Michèle Pearson Clarke on Vulnerability and Black Visuality, interview and cover story by Letticia Cosbert | July 2019

Hyperallergic, Queer Artists in Their Own Words: Michèle Pearson Clarke Is Toronto’s Photo Laureate, interview | June 20, 2019

Momus, Where Does Art Get To Live?: A Conversation Between Anique Jordan and Michèle Pearson Clarke, interview | May 30, 2019

Border Crossings, Through Lines, review by John Nyman | March 2019

Akimbo, 2018 Critic’s Picks, review by Letticia Cosbert | December 12, 2018, The Time Is Now at Lagos Photo, review by Charlotte Jansen | November 1, 2018

Koffler.Digital, Work in Process, interview | October 30, 2018

ArtForumCritics’ Picks, review by RM Vaughan | September 26, 2018

esse arts + opinions, Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art, review by Felicity Taylor | September 13, 2018

Canadian Art, We Aren’t a “We”, essay by Tiana Reid | July 25, 2018

C MagazineMichèle Pearson Clarke: All That is Left Unsaid, review by Rupert Nuttle | July 2018

Canadian Art, Black is Canadian, review by Kelsey Adams | April 10, 2018

Los Angeles Times, Sweat lodge, Audre Lorde, magical holograms: Three stellar art shows that pull you to another place, review by Sharon Mizota | March 10, 2018

NOW Magazine, The ROM’s Here We Are Here pushes back against narrow views of Blackness, review by Chris Rattan | February 1, 2018

NOW Magazine, Black Futures Month: Five Torontonians imagine a city without anti-Black racism, interview | January 31, 2018

The Toronto Star, New show returns ROM to African-Canadian issues — and scores a provocative success, review by Murray Whyte | January 28, 2018

Canadian Art, In the Studio with Michèle Pearson Clarke, video interview with Merray Gerges | January 18, 2018

esse arts + opinions, Black Queer Grief in Michèle Pearson Clarke’s Parade of Champions, essay by Ricky Varghese | September 14, 2015

NOW Magazine, Activist Visions, review by Fran Schecter | December 16, 2015

MUBI Notebook, Images Festival 2015 Report, review by Jacqueline Valencia | April 18, 2015

NOW Magazine, So Gay, So Good, by Fran Schecter | June 27, 2013

NOMOREPOTLUCKS, It’s Good To Be Needed – A Conversation With Michele Pearson Clarke, interview | May 1, 2013