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Janine Miedzik

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Facade, 2013 Duct Tape 9' X13' X 4' Approx © Janine Miedzik
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accordian fold, 2012 Latex and Acrylic on Cut Paper 96' X 144" © janine miedzik
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bench, 2012 Latex,acrylic and Vinyl Adhesive on Wall 120" X 96" © Janine Miedzik
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Squeegee Group, 2010 Acrylic and Latex on Canvas 60"x 72" Approx © Janine Miedzik
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untitled , 2012 Collage 20"x24" © janine miedzik
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clappy, 2011 Acrylic on Digital Photo on Canvas 8"x 10"
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Apartment , 2010 Photo Collage
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clubhouse, 2011 Photo Collage
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dirtlawn, 2011 Photo Collage
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berbershack, 2012 Photocollage
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Facade (Detail), 2013 Polytarp and Duct Tape Variable © Courtesy of the artist and p|m Gallery
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Toronto
Lives in
Toronto
Works in
Toronto
Schools
OCAD University, 2011, BFA
University of Guelph, 2014, MFA
Representing galleries
Meghan Fish Contemporary Art, Drabinsky Gallery
Tags
mixed-media, landscape, photography, abstract, sculpture
about

 

Janine Miedzik’s practice articulates observations and responses to the built environment that encompass a range of media; drawing, painting wall-works photo-based collages installations and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited at Drabinsky Gallery in Toronto and been included in several group exhibitions in Canada and most recently in Berlin and Denmark at ARHUS Art Academy. In June 2012 Janine produced a large-scale commissioned wall-work for Relative Space in Toronto. Her work in held in corporate and private collections in Canada, the U.S, the Netherlands and U.A.E.  Miedzik received a BFA with distinction from OCAD University and works in Toronto Canada. She is the recipient of Anne K. Adler Award for Contemporary Art, the Curry’s Scholarship and the Relative Space Commission Prize.