Killen, Matt

A native of Ottawa, Matt Killen holds a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal and a Master of Fine Arts at UQAM. His artistic practice shifts between visual arts (specifically painting and sound installation) and music. In 2008, he was work was published in the Magenta Foundation's book: Carte Blanche Vol.2: Painting, featuring current artists from the Canadian arts scene. He is a founding member of the Centre de Recherche Urbaine de Montréal, a collective of artists and publishers.

His work has been exhibited in Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and Pittsburgh. Matt Killen currently lives and works in Toronto.

(website) MK05 (Margarita, oil on canvas, 42x42", 2010)

Margarita

42" x 42"

Oil on canvas

2010

2011

 

 

 

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  • (website) MK05 (Margarita, oil on canvas, 42x42", 2010)
Solo Exhibits


2011 		Vestiges, Galerie Dominique Bouffard, Montréal, QC
2010		Natures Mortes, Le Gallery, Toronto, ON
2007		Chelsea Decon, Le Gallery, Toronto, ON
2005		Broken Buildings, Stormy Skies, Lennox Contemporary, Toronto, ON
2004		Borborygme, Mercer Union (Peephole), Toronto, ON
2001		Hommage à un monument disparu, Galerie S Douglas, Montréal, QC
1999 – 2008	Site / Non-Site, public installation, Montréal, QC



Group Exhibits


2009		Making it Work, Leonard & Bina Ellen Gallery, Université Concordia, Montreal, QC
                        (En tant que membre du Centre de recherche urbaine de Montréal)
2008		Construct, AGO Art Rental + Sales Gallery, Toronto, ON

2008		Merge: Emerging Artists Meet Emerging Collectors, AGO Art Rental + Sales Gallery, Toronto, ON
2004		Petite Enveloppe Urbaine #11: Science Fiction as Social Commentary, SPACE Gallery, Pittsburgh, CA, E-U
2002		Objet 01 : Les derniers jours d’un bain public, project présenté par le Centre de recherche urbaine
                        de Montréal, Piscine Saint-Michel, Montréal, QC
2001		Drive Slowly, Appear Quickly, Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA, E-U
2000		Souvenir, Access Gallery, Vancouver, CB
2000		Kiosque d’infiltration touristique, Centre des arts actuels Skol, Montréal, QC
2000		Espaces transitoires (peintures), Centre de diffusion de l’UQÀM, Montréal, QC
1998		Buoy, Quartier Ephémère, Montréal, QC