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Margaux Williamson

Margaux Williamson is an artist from Toronto, born in Pittsburgh. Her first book of paintings, I Could See Everything (Coach House Books) accompanied shows at Frith Street Gallery in London, and Mulherin+Pollard in New York.
Her full-length movie, Teenager Hamlet, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and now lives on UbuWeb. And a YouTube video she made in collaboration with the band Tomboyfriend, dancing to the end of poverty, was praised by Playground Magazine in Madrid as “Finally, a generation using YouTube the way God intended”,  Her text projects, including How to Act in Real Life, have been commissioned by museums, festivals and anthologies. Her work has been covered by Frieze, the New York Times, Canadian Art, Vogue, The Believer, and  elsewhere. She has been artist-in-residence at MacDowell in New Hampshire, the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto and the Klondike Institute in the Yukon. Her most recent work was an on-line show with White Cube, March 2021.
Branches / 63 x 90 in / 160 x 228.6 cm / 2021 / oil on canvas
Table and Chair / 160×228 cm (63x90in)/ oil on canvas / 2016
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