Kelly Mark



Kelly Mark is one of Canada’s leading New Media artists and has represented Canada at the Sydney Biennale (1998) and at the Liverpool Biennale (2006). Exhibited widely across Canada, and internationally: The National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), The Power Plant (Toronto), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), The Darling Foundry (Montreal), Musee d’Art Contemporain (Montreal); MSVU Art Gallery (Halifax), Bass Museum (Miami), University of Houston (Texas), Real Art Ways (Hartford), The Henry Art Gallery (Seattle), Ikon Gallery (UK), Dundee Contemporary Arts (Scotland), The Physics Room (NZ), Netwerk Centre for Contemporary Art (Belgium). Mark is a recipient of numerous Canada, Ontario and Toronto Arts Council grants and received the prestigious KM Hunter Artist Award (2002) and Chalmers Art Fellowship. Mark works in a variety of media including drawing, sculpture, photography, installation, sound, video and public interventions.   

Hold That Thought was installed at the Sunset Community Centre, Vancouver for the  2009-2011 Vancouver Biennale. 


Education Program Material

About Artist and Artwork (PDF)


Photo Credit:

Dan Fairchild Photography

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