Georgia Dickie (b.1989, Toronto, Canada) graduated with a BFA from the Ontario College of Art and Design University in 2011. Her work addresses the complexities of contemporary object-based practice and is characterized by a deep interest in found materials and their inherent limitations. Recent and current exhibitions include Jeffrey Stark, New York City, Springsteen, Baltimore; V1 Gallery, Copenhagen; Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles, USA; Croy Nielsen, Berlin; Cooper Cole Gallery, The Power Plant, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto; Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Canada. In February 2015, she was the Canada Council for the Arts artist in residence at Acme Studios in London, UK. Dickie currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.


Born 1989, Toronto, Canada
Lives and works in Toronto, Canada


Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree, Ontario College of Art & Design, Toronto, Canada

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

Those Who Feed Birds, Jeffrey Stark, New York, USA
How Many Antennae, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada

Encoach: Keith J. Varadi & Georgia Dickie, Springsteen Gallery, Baltimore, USA
CLOSING, with Bjorn Copeland, curated by COOPER COLE, Et. Al etc, San Francisco, USA

Awful Residues, Halsey McKay, East Hampton, USA

Worst Quality Daughter, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
Conference Call In The Waiting Room, Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles, USA

Stivverin’, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada

Six Hundred and Seventy Eight Feet, Then Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Group Exhibitions

Luca Vitone, Georgia Dickie, David Jablonowski, Rolando Anselmi, Berlin, Germany (forthcoming)

Quart d’heure américain, Mains d’Oeuvres, Saint-Ouen, France
Frieze Art Fair, London, United Kingdom
True Lies, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Coat of many colors, The Loon, Toronto, Canada

I Am Not An Answer, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
Paper Cuts, Cuevas Tilleard, New York, USA

Me and Benjamin, Galerie Xippas, Paris, France
V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark
From Whose Ground Heaven & Hell Compare, Croy Neilsen, Berlin, Germany

Endless Vacation, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
One and Two and More Than Two, The Power Plant, Toronto, Canada
Head, The Institute Library, New Haven, USA
Garden Show, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
The Kitchen, Soi Fischer, Toronto, Canada
A Process of Recognition, Battat Contemporary, Montreal, Canada
Post Hotel and Spa, Sherman Law Office, Waterloo, Canada

De-accessioned, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
Overkilling the Undercurrent Of, 444 Dufferin St., Toronto, Canada
Freedom of Assembly, Oakville Galleries, Oakville, Canada
trans/FORM, Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto, Canada
Six Hundred and Seventy Eight Feet, Then Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Bachelor, MADE, Toronto, Canada
Shore for Shore, Port Said St., Alexandria, Egypt
The Gatherer, Erin Stump Projects, Toronto, Canada

The Postcard, curated by Agnes Lux, Rosenberg Gallery, NYU, NY, USA
Chopped and Screwed, curated by Hugh Scott-Douglas, MKG127, Toronto, Canada
Findings (BFA Thesis Exhibition), Brinks Building, Toronto, Canada
Free 4 All, Barmecidal Projects/Butcher Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Saint Lawrence Ice, curated by Ben Schumacher, Wolfe Island, Canada

Bitch Slap, Thrush Holmes Empire, Toronto, ON
Parts of a Hole, XPACE, Toronto, Canada
Conduits, Senate Gallery, Toronto, Canada
The Homey Show, Double Double Land, Toronto, Canada
Re: Furnished, Nudashank Gallery, Baltimore, MD, USA
Bless this Mess, Deleon White Gallery, Toronto, Canada

Constantin Brancusi, Henry Moore, and Patrick Swayze in that Scene from that Movie Ghost, 91 Brandon Ave., Toronto, Canada


Sculpture and Installation Medalist Award, Ontario College of Art & Design
Nora E. Vaughn Award, Ontario College of Art & Design
Spoke Club Prize, Ontario College of Art & Design

Wayne Lum Memorial Award, Ontario College of Art & Design

Catalogues and Books

Nostalgia’s Backyard, artist monograph, published by COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada

trans/FORM: Matter as Subject > New Perspectives. Essay by David Liss. Toronto: Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
The Tangibilities of Form. Essay by Saelan Twerdy. Toronto: Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
From One Place to Another. Essay by Stephanie Fielding. Toronto: Then Projects.

Select Press

Whyte, Murray. “At the galleries: a farewell, food as art and creative reuse.” The Star, February 1st
DeChellis, Victoria. “Scott Treleaven & Georgia Dickie at Cooper Cole Gallery.” Artoronto

Whyte, Murray. “In the Studio: Georgia Dickie, radical junk.” The Toronto Star, March 5
Goldstein, Andrew M. “5 Rising Stars You Should Discover at the Material Art Fair.” Artspace, February 4

Whyte, Murray. “John Scott lightens up, and Georgia Dickie hunkers down.” The Toronto Star, September 18
“Georgia Dickie, Ken Nicol Honoured at TFVA Awards.” Canadian Art, April 17

“2013’s Best Art Shows in Toronto.” Studio Beat
Kado, Steve. “Critics Picks: De-Accessioned.” Artforum

Schechter, Fran. “Fresh Mashups: Collage persists in the digital age.” Now Magazine, August 23
Whyte, Murray. “trans/FORM” at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art: Review.” The Toronto Star, June 30
Whyte, Murray. “Freedom of Assembly’ at Oakville Galleries: Review.” The Toronto Star, July 7
Astrauskus, Romas. “Georgia Dickie: Six Hundred and Seventy Eight Feet.” Magenta Magazine Online, June 6
Bruneau, Benjamin. “MOCCA Reflects Trending Return to Material Media with trans/FORM.” Artinfo, June 28

Rhodes, Richard. “Chopped and Screwed: Remix Redux.” Canadian Art, August 4


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