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Kelly Mark

Kelly Mark, Hello & Goodbye, 2018, video, 12 min 19 sec.
Kelly Mark, Hello & Goodbye, 2018, video, 12 min 19 sec.

Born in 1967, Kelly Mark is a conceptual artist based in Toronto. She explores a variety of mediums, such as drawing, sculpture, installation, photography, sound, performance, and public interventions. Her works are infused with humor and draw inspiration from her fascination with the passage of time, mundane routines, and repetitive rituals of daily life.

Her work has been exhibited in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Canada and abroad, including at the Casino Luxembourg – Forum d’art contemporain (Luxembourg, 2019), IKON Gallery (Birmingham, 2016), Fonderie Darling (Montreal, 2018), Musée d’art contemporain (Montreal, 2012), Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, 2010), The Power Plant (Toronto, 2010), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver, 2010), and Bass Museum (Miami, 2010). Her works are included in several public and private collections. Mark represented Canada at the Liverpool Biennale in 2006 and the Sydney Biennale in 1998. She was also a recipient of the K.M. Hunter Artist Award in 2002. Kelly Mark is a graduate of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.

[Source : VOX, 2024]

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