Art History Matters Exhibition

  • Marjan Khorram, Displacement Current (From the Lost Nature Series), 2018, printmaking (aquatint, etching, drypoint, experience technique), 15 cm x 10 cm

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Marjan Khorram graduated in 2017 with a Master’s Degree in painting from Al-Zahra University in Tehran.

Nicola Palmieri Infantino is currently a second year undergraduate student in the Faculty of Art at the Ontario College of Art and Design University in Toronto, Ontario. Nicola is studying a major in Drawing and Painting with a minor in Business and Entrepreneurship.

Diego de la Rosa was born in Venezuela, and is currently living and working in Toronto. He graduated from OCAD University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Drawing and Painting. His work has been shown in Canada and Venezuela.

Olivia Di Gregorio is an emerging Canadian artist and illustrator. She has won two awards in the fine arts with Creative Quarterly and is currently finishing her bachelors in Design at OCADU.

Atleigh Homma is a multi-disciplinary artist working in Toronto. She completed her BFA in Drawing and Painting from OCAD University in 2016 where she was the recipient of the John Madott Fine Art Award. She has been a member of the new-media artist collective Tough Guy Mountain since 2014, performing for galleries and events such as the AGO, the Power Plant, In November of 2018 Atleigh had her first solo show entitled If I’ve Been Enveloped in Tenderness.

Paige McLachlan is an artist, curator, and facilitator living and working in Toronto, Canada. She graduated from Concordia University’s Studio Art program. Having participated in several group shows in the past, McLachlan has most recently participated in residencies in Morongo, California, and Palermo, Sicily.

Arshia Salesi received her Bachelors of Fine Arts from OCAD University and completed an exchange at Hunter College, New York. Salesi has exhibited at H&M, Mercedes Benz Fiancial Services, and Xpace, as well as at festivals such as BIG on Bloor and the DesignTO Festival where she was awarded the 2019 Juror’s Choice Award. Currently her work is exhibited as part of a three-person show at the Hamilton Artists Inc.; That Which We Know to Be True.

Martin Everald is a multidisciplinary artist working in photography, graphic design, and creative direction. He received a Bachelor of Design in Advertising with a minor in Communication from OCAD University in 2014.

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