Andrea Pinheiro (b. 1982, Kingston, Canada) is an artist and curator working in photography, print, mixed media, paint, video and installation. She has exhibited across Canada and internationally at such venues as The Art Gallery of Ontario, COOPER COLE, Toronto; Republic Gallery, Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver; The Art Gallery of Alberta, FAB Gallery, Enterprise Square Gallery, SNAP Gallery, Edmonton, Canada; Southern Graphics, Knoxville; NEPO House, Seattle, USA; Or Gallery, Berlin, Germany; and Tokushima Museum of Modern Art, Tokushima; Kyoto Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan. She has completed a residency at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Banff and a curatorial residency at the Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, Canada. She is an Assistant Professor at Algoma University and is also the director of 180 Projects, an experimental exhibition space. Pinheiro currently lives and works in Sault Ste. Marie, Canada.


Born in 1982, Kingston, Canada
Lives and works in Sault Sainte Marie, Canada


MFA, Print Media, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

BFA, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Diploma of Fine Arts, White Mountain Academy of the Arts, Ontario

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

Andrea Pinheiro, SNAP, Edmonton, Canada (Forthcoming)

Andrea Pinheiro, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada (Forthcoming)

Solo Show, Republic Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Circumstantial Evidence, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada

Pulp, Republic Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Cobwebs, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada

Andrea Pinheiro, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
It’s All Gone Pear Shaped, Open Studio, Toronto, Canada
Bomb Book, Presentation House Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Safn, Republic Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Loud Cloud, Black & Yellow Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Not Photographs (with Damien Moppett), curated by Reid Shier,Presentation House Gallery and Satellite Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Strange Weather (with Dan Siney), curated by Miranda Bouchard, Art Gallery of Algoma, Sault Sainte Marie, Canada
Strange Weather (with Dan Siney), Violet Strays, Online

Emanations and Other Ghosts, FAB Gallery, Edmonton, Canada

Out of Site, Out of Mined, Site Specific Installation, Elliot Lake, Canada

In Bloom, White Mountain Academy Project Gallery, Elliot Lake, Canada

Group Exhibitions

Bombhead, curated by John O’Brian, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Two Pieces Missing, SIM Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland
Eitt andartak, Galleri Fold, Reykjavik, Iceland
Carmichael Canadian Landscape Exhibition: Tradition Transformed, Orillia Museum of Art, Orillia, Canada

Frieze Art Fair, London, United Kingdom
The International Print Exhibition: Canada and Japan, curated by April Dean and Liz Ingram, Art Gallery of Regina, Regina, Canada
Perspectives from Here: Northern Ontario Juried Exhibition, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Canada
The International Print Exhibition: Canada and Japan, curated by April Dean and Liz Ingram, University of Alberta Museums and the Galleries at Enterprise Square, Edmonton, Canada

Art Toronto, Cooper Cole Gallery, Toronto, Canada
The International Print Exhibition: Canada and Japan 2016, curated by April Dean and Liz Ingram, Tokushima Museum of Modern Art, Tokushima, Japan
The International Print Exhibition: Canada and Japan 2016, curated by April Dean and Liz Ingram, Kyoto Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan

Camera Atomica, curated by John O’Brian, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
Brain Storms: UAlberta Creates, Enterprise Square Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
From Time to Time, FAB Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
From Time to Time, Southern Graphics, Knoxville, USA
Summer Exhibition, Republic Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
The Avoidance of the Real, curated by Shane O’Brien, Gallery Jones, Vancouver, Canada

The North Now, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, Canada
Photo Fever and the Atomic Archive, curated by John O’Brian, Work Gallery, London, UK
A Trip to the Moon, Republic Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

All that once was will never be again, curated by Jason Gowans and Michael Love, Gallery 295, Vancouver, Canada
Presentation House Gallery Booth, LA Art Book Fair, Los Angeles, USA
The Kitchen, Soi Fischer, Toronto, Canada

Canadian Digital Print, curated by Mitch Mitchell, Novosibirsk Graphic Triennial, Novosibirsk, Russia
Oso Bay Biennial, curated by Tom Huck and Bill Fick, Corpus Christi, USA
30 Printmakers Celebrate 30 Years, curated by Sean Caulfield, SNAP, Edmonton, Canada
30 Printmakers Celebrate 30 Years, curated by Sean Caulfield, Art League Houston, Houston, USA

Science Fiction 15, curated by Jonathan Middleton, Or Gallery, Berlin, Germany
Rope of Sand, Soi Fischer, Toronto, Canada
Soft Desires I Can Trace, curated by Serrah Russell, NEPO House, Seattle, USA
An Exchange with Sol Lewitt, curated by Regine Basha, Cabinet Gallery, Brooklyn, USA

Sea Change, Soi Fischer, Vancouver, Canada
Blue Raspberry Rock Crystal Candy, Parker Branch, London, Canada
New York Art Book Fair, Medium Rare, MOMA PS1, New York, USA
BIMPE, New Leaf Editions, Vancouver; SNAP, Edmonton, Canada

Redrawing the Line, curated by Helen Gerritzen, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Agave, FAB Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Edmonton Crash Pad, curated by Sheri Barclay, Latitude 53, Edmonton, Canada
Visual Thinking, curated by Joan Greer, Brine Gallery, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Turf, curated by Tricia Firmaniuk, Peter Robertson Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
Apartment Show, curated by Tiffany Colligne, Edmonton, Canada
11404, Arts Hab, Edmonton, Canada

La Casa dell Memoria, Galleria Spigolo Aperto, Campo dei Mori, Venice, Italy
Here and Now: Current Drawings, Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Fast Forward, FAB Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Resonant Impressions, SNAP, Edmonton, Canada

Synergies: Ausstellung Druckgrafik, Kloster Bentlage, Rheine, Germany
Telling Spaces
, FAB Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Merge, Front Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
Transmission, FAB Gallery, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
Electric Silence, South Lab, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

Art Site: New Directions at the South Lab, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

North of 17, Elliot Lake Civic Center, Elliot Lake, Canada

Curatorial Projects

Fire, Fire, with Abbas Akhavan and Marina Roy, Centre A and Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, Canada

Unstable Ground, with Robin Cameron, Sarah Ciurysek, Kate Davis, Emily Jones, Dan Siney, Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Surface Tension, with Jennifer Bowes, Denise Hawrysio, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Niall McClelland & Joyce Wieland, Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, Canada

AY Jackson Was Here, with Jenn Jackson and Mitch Mitchell, Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, Canada
Make It Strange, with Michael Drebert, Vanessa Kwan, Michael Morris, Vincent Trasov, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun, Malaspina Printmakers, Vancouver, Canada

Paper Cuts, with Chelsea Boida, Jessica Delorme, Travis McEwen, Jose Aubin Oulette, Craig Talbot, Andrea Zarwiny, SNAP, Edmonton, Canada
Uncommon Remains, with James Meja, Chris Musina, David Young, Steve-Dave, SNAP, Edmonton, Canada


Montello Foundation, Nevada, USA
Hangar Centro, Lisbon, Portugal
SIM Reykjavík, Iceland

Helen Pitt Curatorial Residency, Vancouver, Canada

Banff Centre for the Arts Thematic Residency with Janice Kerbel, Banff, Canada


Published Books and Projects

Residual Assets, Artist Project for Blackflash Magazine, Summer

Fire/Fire: Marina Roy and Abbas Akhavan, exhibition catalogue, published by Malaspina Printmakers

Bomb Book, Artist Project Insert for Fuse Magazine, 36-3 Survivors and Survivalists, June
Bomb Book, Presentation House, Vancouver, Canada

Unstable Ground, Publication Studio, Vancouver, Canada


Glessing, Jill, “Deconstructing Nuclear Visions”, Esse: Art and Opinion, Issue 86 Geopolitics, Winter

Steadman, Ryan, “The Body is Back at the 2015 NADA Art Fair”, The Observer, May 15

White, Heather, “Blowing -Up: Three Toronto Artists play with installation views”, Magenta Magazine, Fall
Goodden, Sky, “Slideshow: Lucas Soi Walks Through ‘The Kitchen’”, Blouin ARTINFO, April 21
Fung, Amy, “All That Once Was Will Never Be Again at Gallery 295”, Akimblog – Akimbo, April 9
Fung, Amy, “Anna Oppermann: ‘Filiations’, Andrea Pinheiro: ‘Bomb Book’, Marianne Wex: ‘Let’s Take Back Our Space’, Galleries West, February 24
Shephard, Jeremy, “Visions of excess: Anna Opperman, Andrea Pinheiro and Marianne Wex show opens at Presentation House Gallery”, North Shore News, January 18

Ross, Jacquelyn, “Painting over the past: Andrea Pinheiro’s SAFN Series, March 4
Fung, Amy “Safn, Andrea Pinheiro, Republic Gallery, February 12
Thompson, Stephen, “Portrait of an Artist: Andrea Pinheiro” The Georgia Straight, February 7

Edward, Rhys and Marcela Huerta, Satellite Gallery Blog

Collins, Allison, “The Slow unfettered shifting of the ground”, Artslant
Howlett, Patrick, Akimblog: London, Cambride and Waterloo, November 30
Laurence, Robin “Make It Strange” (Review) Border Crossing, Issue 114, Spring

O’Keefe, Mary Christa, “Pop and Privacy made this year not suck” Vue Weekly, January 2

Fung, Amy “11404 – Gillian Willans, Andrea Pinheiro and Monica Pitre and Friends, Arts Hab…” Prairie Artsters Blog, January 4
O’Keefe, Mary Christa, “11404 Anthologizes intense female friendship at pivotal point” Vue Weekly, December 19
Waldron-Blain, Adam “This Week in Art Reviews” November 9
O’Keefe, Mary Christa, “Fallout: The invisible story disrupted in Pinhero’s Emanations” Vue Weekly, November 7
Fung, Amy “Andrea Pinheiro, Emanations and Other Ghosts” Prairie Arsters Blog, November 2
O’Keefe, Mary Christa “Uncanny Progress: The Concerns of Andrea Pinheiro”, 53 Magazine, Lattitude 53, Spring
Fung, Amy “Diving head-head first in art- Visual thinkers of tomorrow expose their progress” SEE Magazine February 8th -14th

Benbow, S. “Art Installations tell student stories” Folio, University of Alberta, April 2

Rocco Frangioni “Academy Grad to lead Summer Arts Program” Sault Star, May 26

April Steele, “Andrea Pinheiro Exhibition Review” Straight Up, Cogeco Cable Television, December


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