Born in Hamburg, Germany, Angela Grauerholz has lived and worked in Montr?al since 1976. Recipient of several awards, including the prestigious Scotiabank Photography Award in 2015, she has participated in many international events including the Biennale of Sydney (1990), DOCUMENTA IX in Kassel (1992), the Carnegie International in Pittsburgh (1995), the Biennale de Montr?al (2004). Solo exhibitions include the Westf?lischer Kunstverein (M?nster), the MIT List Visual Arts Center (Cambridge), the Mus?e d?art contemporain de Montr?al, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo), the Power Plant (Toronto), and the Museum of Contemporary Photography (Chicago), and a retrospective show in 2010 at the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa). From 1989 to 2016 Grauerholz was a full professor at the ?cole de design of the Universit? du Qu?bec in Montr?al, where she taught typography and photography.
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