Angela Grauerholz was born in Hamburg, Germany, and has lived in Montreal since 1976.
She has been teaching at UQAM’s École de design since 1988. She is a co-founder of Artexte, a contemporary art information centre located in Montreal. Her works have figured in numerous solo exhibitions, notably at the Blaffer Gallery, Houston (2003), the Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver (2002), the Kunsthaus Zug, Switzerland (1996), and the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (1995). She has also participated in such international events as the Biennale de Montréal in 2002, Carnegie International in Pittsburgh in 1995, Documenta IX in Kassel in 1992, and the Biennale of Sydney in 1990. Angela Grauerholz is represented by the Olga Korper Gallery in Toronto and by Art 45 in Montreal.
Angela Grauerholz. At Work And Play
Angela Grauerholz’s 1980s work involved subtle shifts of a repertoire of common motifs in modern visual culture. The blurring of codes…Read more
Angela Grauerholz. Reading Room for the Working Artist
2006.01.28 - 03.18
Reading Room for the Working Artist, the result of several years spent collecting, selecting and assembling visual and textual material related to modern art and culture, straddles the boundaries…Read more