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STRUCTURES OF POWER

RAYMONDE APRIL | EMILIE DUVAL | ANTONIETTA GRASSI | ANNE-RENÉE HOTTE | JANET JONES | JINYOUNG KIM

November 9, 2019 – January 4, 2020

STRUCTURES OF POWER | INSTALLATION VIEW | ANTONIETTA GRASSI | PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY | MONTREAL

STRUCTURES OF POWER | INSTALLATION VIEW | ANTONIETTA GRASSI | PATRICK MIKHAIL GALLERY | MONTREAL

RAYMONDE APRIL | SYLVIE ET RICO | C-PRINT | 26.75 X 40 INCHES | 2019

RAYMONDE APRIL | SYLVIE ET RICO | C-PRINT | 26.75 X 40 INCHES | 2019

EMILIE DUVAL | THE ISLAND V - THE CASTLE | ACRYLIC, INK, MARKER AND SPRAY PAINT ON CANVAS | 72 X 72 INCHES | 2019

EMILIE DUVAL | THE ISLAND V - THE CASTLE | ACRYLIC, INK, MARKER AND SPRAY PAINT ON CANVAS | 72 X 72 INCHES | 2019

ANTONIETTA GRASSI | ADA (AFTER LOVELACE) | OIL, ACRYLIC AND INK ON LINEN | 84 X 80 INCHES | 2019

ANTONIETTA GRASSI | ADA (AFTER LOVELACE) | OIL, ACRYLIC AND INK ON LINEN | 84 X 80 INCHES | 2019

ANNE-RENÉE HOTTE | NUIT 16 | NKJET PRINT ON ARCHIVAL PAPER | 48 X 71 INCHES | 2019

ANNE-RENÉE HOTTE | NUIT 16 | NKJET PRINT ON ARCHIVAL PAPER | 48 X 71 INCHES | 2019

JANET JONES | GHOST TOWN (DAY & NIGHT) | OIL AND ACRYLIC ON PRINTED CANVAS | 66 X 30 INCHES EACH. | 2019 

JANET JONES | GHOST TOWN (DAY & NIGHT) | OIL AND ACRYLIC ON PRINTED CANVAS | 66 X 30 INCHES EACH. | 2019 

JINYOUNG KIM | SINDANG AREA 9, POTTED PLANTS ON THE STAIRS | C-PRINT ON MOUNTED DIBOND | 30 X 20 INCHES | 2019

JINYOUNG KIM | SINDANG AREA 9, POTTED PLANTS ON THE STAIRS | C-PRINT ON MOUNTED DIBOND | 30 X 20 INCHES | 2019

GLOBAL AFFAIRS CANADA PURCHASES SIGNIFICANT ANTONIETTA GRASSI WORKS
GLOBAL AFFAIRS CANADA PURCHASES SIGNIFICANT ANTONIETTA GRASSI WORKS
February 1, 2021
GLOBAL AFFAIRS CANADA PURCHASES SIGNIFICANT ANTONIETTA GRASSI WORKS
GLOBAL AFFAIRS CANADA PURCHASES SIGNIFICANT ANTONIETTA GRASSI WORKS
February 1, 2021

 

 

PMG ARTIST JINYOUNG KIM APPEARS IN THE CURRENT ISSUE OF AUBE MAGAZINE
PMG ARTIST JINYOUNG KIM APPEARS IN THE CURRENT ISSUE OF AUBE MAGAZINE

In a revealing Q & A interview with Aube Magazine, the winner of the Lynne Cohen Prize discusses her Korean pop culture, the challenges of a double identity, and her secret "ten-year plan."

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