Jennifer Carvalho & Jenine Marsh, Every empire has an end
March 8th - March 30th, 2019
Jennifer Carvalho has exhibited throughout Canada including recent solo exhibitions at Georgia Scherman Projects (Toronto, ON); and group shows at The Art Gallery of Hamilton (Hamilton, ON); The Art Gallery of Mississauga (Mississauga, ON); and The National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa, ON). She is a three-time recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award, and was shortlisted for the RBC Canadian Painting Competition in 2013 and 2014. Carvalho possesses an MFA from the University of Guelph and lives and works in Toronto, ON where her work is represented by Georgia Scherman Projects.
Jenine Marsh (b. Calgary, CA 1984) is an artist based in Toronto. Solo and two-person exhibitions include a room at the center of the world surrounded by the noise of men, Interface, Oakland USA, feminine marvelous and tough, Lulu, Mexico City MX; always with, Stride Gallery, Calgary; GUTTERSNIPES, Vie d'ange, Montreal; Dear Stranger, Entrée, Bergen NO; In a world of weeds, all roses are wild, Beautiful, Chicago USA; The Extrovert, Cooper Cole, Toronto CA; and The cut flower still blooms, 8-11, Toronto CA. Recent group exhibitions include The Future Stands Still but We Move in Infinite Space, OSL contemporary, Oslo NO; Flower Petal Tongues, Griffin Art Projects, Vancouver CA; Entangled Tales, Rupert, Vilnius LT; Occupations of Uninhabited Space, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna AT; How deep is your love?, Cooper Cole, Toronto CA; TRUE LIES, Night Gallery, Los Angeles USA; and A Change of Heart, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles USA. She has participated in residencies at USF Verftet (NO), La Datcha (DE), Rupert (LT), the Banff Centre (CA), and Vermont Studio Center (USA). Her work is represented by Cooper Cole in Toronto.