Jenine Marsh (b. 1984, Calgary, Canada) received her MFA from the University of Guelph in 2013 and her BFA from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2007. Her work has been exhibited in numerous art venues including OSL contemporary, Oslo; Entrée, Bergen, Norway; Rupert, Vilnius, Lituania; Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, Austria; COOPER COLE, 8-11, G Gallery, Toronto; Vie d’ange, Montreal; Ed Video, Guelph; Truck Gallery, Stride Gallery, Calgary; Struts Gallery, Sackville; and The Bakery, Griffin Art Projects, Vancouver; Canada; CK2, New York; Chapter 61, Brooklyn; Beautiful, Chicago; Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Night Gallery, ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles; and Fourteen30, Portland, USA; O. She has twice served as artist in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts in 2009 and 2010, at Rupert, Vilnius, Lithuania in 201, and more recently at USF Verftet, Bergen, Norway. Other residencies include the Vermont Studio Centre in 2011, Alberta Foundation for the Arts’ Alberta Future Leaders programme, 2011 and Struts Gallery, 2010. Her solo exhibition, “Feminine Marvelous and Tough” at Lulu, Mexico City, has been featured on ARTnews, Mousse Magazine and Contemporary Art Daily. Marsh lives and works in Toronto, Canada.

 

 

 

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Jenine Marsh
Born 1984, Calgary, Canada
Lives and works in Toronto, Canada

Education

2013 MFA, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
2007 BFA, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Canada

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

2020 Centre D’art et de diffusion CLARK, Montreal, Canada (forthcoming)
2019 Every empire has an end, with Jennifer Carvalho, Franz Kaka, Toronto, Canada
2018 A room at the center of the world surrounded by the noise of men, Interface, Oakland, USA
Flower Petal Tongues, curated by Corrie Jackson, Griffin Art Projects, Vancouver, Canada
SM, invited by Gianni Manhattan, curated by Margaux Barthelemy and sans titre (2016), Marseille, France
Ode to Trouble, curated by Hello Dust, HKS Guesthouse, Bergen, Norway
Vivisections, La Datcha, Berlin, Germany
Entangled Tales, curated by Justė Jonutytė and Yates Norton, Rupert, Vilnius
2017 always with, Stride Gallery, Calgary, Canada
GUTTERSNIPES with Nadia Belerique, Vie d’Ange, Montreal, Canada
“Can’t you hear my voices?”, with James Lewis, Rupert, Vilnius, Lithuania
Dear Stranger, with Lindsay Lawson, Entrée, Bergen, Norway
2016 The Feeling’s mutual, 2016/17 Members Edition, Mercer Union, Toronto,
Canada
In a world of weeds, all roses are wild, curated by Simon Cole, Beautiful, Chicago, USA
mind mouth, with Kim Neudorf, Forest City Gallery, London, Canada
The Extrovert, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
2015 Feminine Marvelous and Tough, Lulu, Mexico City, Mexico
Anagrams for Ovid, HPI Window, Toronto, Canada
Feral Tongue, Chapter 61, Brooklyn, USA
The cut flower still blooms, 8¬11, Toronto, Canada
2014 The Florist, Jr. Projects, Toronto, Canada
2013 Roomies, Xpace, Toronto, Canada
Follow Me, Boarding House Gallery, Guelph, Canada
Stranger to Stranger, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
Vis-à-Vis, G Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2012 Room and Board, Evans Contemporary, Peterborough, Canada
Cloud, Zavitz Gallery, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
2010 Grotto, Truck Gallery +15, Calgary, Canada
Suspension, Struts Gallery, Sackville, Canada
2009 False Fronts, The Other Gallery, Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
The Other Gallery, Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
2008 Topiarium, Stride Gallery, Calgary, Canada 

2007 Sprawl and Cluster, Marion Nicoll Gallery, Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Canada

Selected Group Exhibits

2019 Prince.ss.es des Villes, Lulu Retrospective, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (forthcoming)
The Future Stands Still But We Move in Infinite Space, curated by Randi
Grov Berger, OSL Contemporary, Oslo, Norway
2018 Orientering, exhibition organized with Entrée, Bergen Norway
The Shape of the Middle, exhibition curated by Daniella Sanader, Open Studio, Toronto, Canada
Vienna Contemporary, Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, Austria
2017 Occupations of uninhabited space with Zsofia Keresztes and Zoe Paul,
Gianni Manhattan, Vienna, Austria
How Deep Is Your Love?, Cooper Cole, Toronto, Canada
Dark-Intense-Apricot-Liquerous-Tobacco-Developed-Cherry, Maison de la Mer, Malmö, Sweden
weird woman, Jarvis Hall Gallery, Calgary, Canada
True Lies, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
NADA Miami, Cooper Cole, Miami, USA
2016 Everyday War, curated by Keith J. Varadi, ASHES/ASHES, Los Angeles, USA
wandering womb, curated by Kelsey Stasiak, Athens, USA
Art Basel Miami Beach, with Patrick Cruz, Katie Bethune Leaman and Erica Prince, Art Metropole, Miami, USA
In the Shadow of the Millennium, curated by Darryn Doull, Judith & Norman Alix Gallery, Sarnia, Canada
Texas Contemporary Art Fair, Lulu, Huston, USA
A Change of Heart, curated by Chris Sharp, Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Raising Cattle, Montreal, Canada
NADA NY, with Jesse Harris and Davida Nemeroff, COOPER COLE, New York, USA
Baker’s Dozen, curated by CK2, New York, USA
Bend Towards the Sun, Bring the Sky Beneath Your Feet, The Bakery, Vancouver, Canada
sotto, Modern Fuel Gallery, Kingston, Canada
Art Basel Miami, Art Metropole, Miami, USA
2015 Mrs. Benway, Fourteen30, Portland, USA
What she is not, what she is, what she can be, Garden Avenue, Toronto, Canada
Road to Ruin, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
There is no There, curated by Stefan Hancherow, Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton, Canada
The Lulennial: A Slight Gestuary, Lulu, Mexico City, Mexico
2014 Material Art Fair, with Lauren Luloff, Mexico City, Mexico
Some New Fires, curated by Hannah Myall, Art Metropole, Toronto, Canada
balloon / portal / starres / fiends, curated by Kim Neudorf, DNA Artspace, London, Canada
As A Body, curated by Kari Cwynar, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Ontario
2013 Endless Vacation, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada
When I Move you Move, collaboration with Aryen Hoekstra as Friends, Boarding House Gallery, Guelph, Canada
In the Outfield, Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto, Canada
Garage Montage, with The Drawing Party, The Art Gallery of Calgary, Calgary, Canada
Hold Them Up in Good Light, Access Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2012 JUNGLE, Zavitz Gallery, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
LEAN, Ed Video Media Arts Centre, Guelph, Canada
2011 Broth, Zavitz Gallery, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
Sweetest Little Thing, Struts Gallery, Sackville, Canada
2010 For Louise, Untitled Art Society, Calgary, Canada 

Pith Biennale of Conschmemporary Art, Pith Gallery, Calgary, Canada
Ugly Portraits of YOU, with Kim Neudorf, Untitled Art Society, Calgary, Canada
2009 Field Notes, The Wanderer collaborative exhibition, The Other Gallery, Banff Centre, Banff, Canada
Ski-do, 809 Exhibition Space, Calgary, Canada
2007 Holler, 809 Exhibition Space, Calgary, Canada

Residencies

2018 Artist in residence, La Datcha, Berlin, Germany
Artist in residence, AiR Bergen USF Verftet, Bergen, Norway
Artist in residence, SOMA, Mexico City, Mexico
2017 Artist in residence, Rupert, Vilnius, Lithuania
2011 Artist in residence and Arts Mentor, for Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Alberta’s Future Leaders, Fishing Lake, Canada
2011 Artist in residence, Vermont Studio Centre, Johnson, Vermont, USA
2010 Theatre of Erosion, with faculty Geoffrey Farmer, Banff Centre, Canada
Artist in residence, Struts Gallery, Sackville, Canada
2009 The Wanderer, with faculty Oliver Lutz, Banff Centre, Canada

Awards

2018 Chalmers Arts Fellowship
Research and Creation Grant, Canada Council for the Arts
Visual Artists Creation Projects Grant, Ontario Arts Council
2017 Arts Abroad Grant, Canada Council for the Arts
Exhibition Assistance Grant, Ontario Arts Council
2016 Visual Artist Grant, Toronto Arts Council
Exhibition Assistance Grant, Ontario Arts Council
2015 Exhibition Assistance Grant, Ontario Arts Council
2014 Exhibition Assistance Grant, Ontario Arts Council
Visual Artist Grant, Toronto Arts Council
2013 Emerging Visual Artist Grant, Ontario Arts Council
2012 University of Guelph School of the Arts Research and Travel Bursary
2011 University of Guelph Board of Graduate Research Scholarship
Vermont Studio Center Artist Grant
University of Guelph School of the Arts Research and Travel Bursary
2010 Canada Council Travel Grants to Professional Artists

2009 Royal Bank of Canada Youth Excellence Scholarship

2008 Alberta Foundation for the Arts; Individual Project Grant

2006 Jason Lang Scholarship


Writing

2018 Review of Laurie Kang’s exhibition A Body Knots, Peripherial Review 2018 publication
“The Mastication of Alina Szapocznikow”, Blank Cheque Press
Review of Brie Ruais’ exhibition Attempting to Hold the Landscape. C Magazine, Issue 138
“coins and tokens”, text commissioned by Entreé for the exhibition Orientering
2017 Exhibition text for How deep is your love? at Cooper Cole
“Aiko Hachisuka; Pro Weight”, text contributed to exhibition All the Names at Scrap Metal
2016 Exhibition text, Kate Newby at Cooper Cole
2015 Exhibition text, Anders Oinonen at Cooper Cole
2014 Exhibition text, Kim Neudorf at Evans Contemporary
2013 “The Terrorist and the Rhetorician” (w. Aryen Hoekstra), interview with Hadley+Maxwell, Towards Magazine (online)

Bibliography

2019 Berk, Oivind Storm. “Kritikersamtaler: Oivind Storm Bjerke om “Orientering”. VISP, online.
Helsvig, Simen Joachim. “Kunst ute, kunst inne.” Kunstkritikk, online. June.
2018 Bowron, Alex. “How deep is your love?” esse arts + opinions. Issue 92
2017 Holt, Cecilie Tyri. “UTSTILLINGEN: Featuring Lindsay Lawson and Jenine Marsh at Entrée”. Kunsthåndverk. Issue 37, No. 143.
2015 Interview, Art Metropole Blog.
Garza-Usabiaga, Daniel. “The Lulennial”. Frieze Magazine. Issue 173, September.
Smart, Penelope. Magenta Magazine.
Jáuregui, Gabriela. “Mexico City’s Lulennial: A Slight Gestuary”. Art Review, May.
Jáuregui, Gabriela. “Un paseo por la historia del arte en nueve metros cuadrados.” La cuidad de Frente.
De Llano, Pablo. “México DF, arte en combustión” El País.
“The Lulennial: A Slight Gestuary”. Exhibition catalogue, Lulu, Mexico City. Mousse publishing.
2014 Brown, Kyla. “New London, Ontario Gallery Intrigues and Excites.” Canadian Art Online, November.
Jager, David. “Body Issues.” Now Toronto.
2013 Dick, Terrence. Akimblog.
Neudorf, Kim. "Stranger to Stranger." Cooper Cole Gallery exhibition text.
2012 Neudorf, Kim. “Jenine Marsh: Room and Board.” Evans Contemporary Catalogue.

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