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Margaux Williamson lives in Toronto and was born in Pittsburgh. She’s exhibited her paintings internationally. In 2008, she took a break from exhibiting. During that time, she made a movie, Teenager Hamlet,  which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and can now be found on Ubuweb. She started writing movie reviews in 2010 and helped found the cultural review site Back to the World with the critics Carl Wilson and Chris Randle. Her work has been reviewed or featured by The Toronto Star, Canadian Art Magazine, The National Post, The Artfag, LA Times, Five Dials, The New York Times, among others. She collaborates with the band Tomboyfriend, with the lecture series Trampoline Hall and with the writer Sheila Heti on various projects including The Production Front and most recently STUNNING!Kunst. Recently, she was the artist in Residence at the Art Gallery of Ontario. An exhibition catalogue of her new painting series I Could See Everything, published by Coach House Press, will be launched at an exhibition of the work at the Mulherin + Pollard Gallery in New York in the Spring of 2014.