Esthète, Galerie Erga, Montréal, Québec
to Apr 16

Esthète, Galerie Erga, Montréal, Québec

A group exhibition of contemporary painting curated by artist/curator Véronique Boissono at Gallery Erga in Montreal, Québec. Works by: Jérome Bertrand, Véronique Boissono, Erick Contreras, Nelson Xavier Coronel, Anne-Marie Cosgrove, Sylvie Dagenais, Andrée-Anne Dufour, Igor El Ruso, Demetrios Papakostas, Anne Thériault.

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Hide-and-seek,  Espacio Contemplación, Madrid, Spain
to Apr 28

Hide-and-seek, Espacio Contemplación, Madrid, Spain

Curated by Madrid based Ars Coco, this is a group exhibition of selected paintings, drawings and sculpture by international artists. This exhibition is hosted by Espacio Contemplación in Madrid, Spain. Works by/Obras de: Lin Calle, Anne-Marie Cosgrove, Davide Dicorato, Martin Elsborg, Bertrand Fournier, Gabriele Herzog, George Ridgeway, Jon Rollins and Laura Sebastianes. 

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to Aug 30


New paintings by Anne-Marie Cosgrove

Opening Reception: 2 - 5 pm on Saturday, August 26th, 2017

The inaugural exhibition GIANT consists of new large scale paintings by Anne-Marie Cosgrove. Conceptually based, the works began from the artists chance encounter with birch trees deformed by graffiti. The trees had integrated the graffiti into new forms of growth and had survived nonetheless. The metaphor that took hold was one of coexistence within the density of an urban environment. Describing the context of her artistic production, Anne-Marie states “it’s not about a studio practice - it’s about myself as an artist and what I can do - about how I adapt to new situations and what I can create out of that”.

The paintings in GIANT present large, immediate gestures in the form of oversize brushstrokes that cover and reveal underpainting and overpainting. Integrated within these works are suggestions of narrative, from both the use of titles and the descriptive mark-making within the works. The gestural marks can be described equally as displacements, abundant, super-abundant, homogenous, different, dense, opaque, clustering, strong and rhythmic.

Born in Montréal, Anne-Marie has exhibited her paintings nationally and internationally in Venice, New York, Miami, Seattle, Vancouver, Montréal, Toronto, Washington D.C. and elsewhere. Recent exhibitions include Differences on Identity: Artistic Perspectives, Sale del Portale, San Lorenzo, Venice (Italy); Continuation, Red Head Gallery, Toronto and Writing On The Wall, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto. Multiple awards include the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council. Her work has been reviewed in Canada and the US in publications such as Vanguard Magazine; Matriart: A Canadian Feminist Art Journal; ArtWord: Artists Forum and numerous on-line publications. Anne-Marie has a MFA from York University in Toronto and a BFA from Concordia University in Montréal. Anne-Marie currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.

Opening Reception: 2 - 5 pm on Saturday, August 26th, 2017
Exhibition Runs: August 25 - August 30
Exhibition Hours: 12pm - 6 pm Daily


Dupont Gallery District
Unit L - 1 Wiltshire Ave
Toronto, Ontario
M6N 2V7 (Map view)
The space, which is just north of Dupont St. and east of Symington Ave. can be easily accessed by bicycle, TTC or by car. There is free parking available on site.


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Articulaction Art Review - February 25th, 2016
to Jul 24

Articulaction Art Review - February 25th, 2016



The focus on the new issue of ARTiculAction is the relationship between direct experience and creative process: it is now available on all our platforms

Karen Fiorito (United Kingdom)
Maria Tzoutzouli (Switzerland/Greece)
Anne-Marie Cosgrove (Canada)
Georgina Conroy (United Kingdom)
Bridan Gurbuz (Turkey/United Kingdom)
Yvania Ambrozino (Spain)
Reagan Lake (USA)
Fatemeh Rashidi (USA)
Rachel Mizpah (USA)

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Differences on Identity: Artistic Perspectives
to Jul 30

Differences on Identity: Artistic Perspectives

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Concurrent with the 56th Venice Biennale, one of a series of two multi-disciplinary exhibitions of 14 international artists curated by Efthalia Rentetzi (PhD, Art History, University of Verona) at the Sala del Portale, San Lorenzo, Venice, Italy

May 15 - June 15, 2015

Artists: Britt Salt (Australia), Emma Roche (Ireland), Joan Backes (USA), Saevar Karl Olason (Iceland), Toos Van Holstein (Holland), Tove S Hellerud (Norway)

July 1 - July 30, 2015

Artists: Anne-Marie Cosgrove (Canada), Heidi Tikka (Finland), Inger Mayer (Norway), Lynda Benglis (USA), Marie-Hélène Beaudry (Canada), Megan Evans (Australia), Michel Varisco (USA), Tine Lindvig (Denmark)  

 Sala del Portale, San Lorenzo, Venice

Sala del Portale, San Lorenzo, Venice

The artist acknowledges and thanks the Ontario Arts Council and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery (RMG) for their support.


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