December 14 - January 18, 2014
COOPER COLE is pleased to present Endless Summer, a group exhibition.
Joshua Abelow (b. 1976, Frederick, USA) earned his MFA from the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2008 and his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1998. His solo shows include “OH! ABELOW” at James Fuentes, New York (2011), “DUMB & EASY” at Tomorrow, Toronto (2011), “FAMOUS ARTIST” at Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels (2012), “ABELOW SCHMABELOW” at Brand New Gallery, Milan (2012), and “ABELOW ON DELANCEY” at James Fuentes (2013). Abelow’s work has been in included in numerous group exhibitions worldwide. In 2011, Abelow published a memoir titled ‘Painter’s Journal’ about his adventures in New York City in the late 1990s as a young artist. From 2010 to 2015, he ran ART BLOG ART BLOG, which functioned as art blog, temporary gallery and a print publication. Abelow is currently based in Harris, USA.
Anne-Lise Coste (b. 1973, Marseille, France) studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Marseille, France and the University of Art and Design in Zurich, Switzerland. She has exhibited internationally both solo and in group shows since 1998. In 2006, she was awarded the Art Prize Lingen and is part of public collections in the Migros Museum of Contemporary Art, in Zurich, switzerland. Coste currently lives and works in New York, USA.
Mark DeLong (b. 1978, New Brunswick, Canada) is a self-taught artist working in a range of media including sculpture, drawing, painting, and sequential art. His work has been displayed at Colette, Paris, France; Abel Neue Kunst Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Perugi Art Contemporenea, Padova, Italy; Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Monte Clark, Vancouver, Canada; ACME, Los Angeles; Spencer-Brownstone Gallery, Ed. Varie, Little Cakes, New York; Halsey McKay, East Hampton, USA. DeLong currently lives and works in Vancouver, Canada.
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 forthcoming exhibitions include Springsteen, Baltimore; Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles, USA; V1 Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark; Croy Nielsen, Berlin, Germany; COOPER COLE, 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.
Jesse Harris (b. 1981, Toronto, Canada) graduated with a BFA from the University of Guelph in 2007. Harris’s body of work as a whole makes reference to his interests in media studies, subliminal messages found in advertising, brand icons and Pop Art; and makes use of humor and double meanings. He has recently exhibited at COOPER COLE, Tomorrow, Toronto, Canada; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; and The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn, USA. Most recently, his work was included in the group show One, and Two, and More Than Two curated by Micah Lexier at The Power Plant, Toronto in 2014 and was featured at Cooper Cole’s booth at NADA Miami Beach in 2015 and NADA New York in 2016. Harris lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
Vanessa Maltese (b. 1988, Toronto, Canada) holds a BFA from OCAD University. She is the National Winner of the 2012 RBC Canadian Painting Competition and has exhibited her work in solo and group exhibitions across North America. Most recently, she has exhibited at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, New York, Halsey Mckay, East Hampton, USA; The Power Plant, COOPER COLE, Toronto, Canada. Maltese currently lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
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 The Bakery, Vancouver; Copper Cole Gallery, 8-11, G Gallery, Toronto; Ed Video, Guelph; Truck Gallery, Stride Gallery, Calgary; and Struts Gallery, Sackville, Canada; Chapter 61, Brooklyn; Fourteen30, Portland; and most recently Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles, USA. She has twice served as artist in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts in 2009 and 2010, and other residencies include the Vermont Studio Centre in 2011, Alberta Foundation for the Arts’ Alberta Future Leaders programme, 2011 and Struts Gallery, 2010. Her recent 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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