margaux williamson lives in toronto and was born in pittsburgh. she had her first painting exhibition at katharine mulherin’s toronto gallery in 2001. her work has been exhibited internationally, including at fette’s gallery in los angeles, marvelli gallery in new york and at an upcoming show at frith street gallery in london. she was the artist in residence at the art gallery of ontario and at the klondike institute for art and culture in the yukon. her first movie, teenager hamlet, premiered at the toronto international film festival and can now be found on ubuweb. she writes movie reviews and contributes to the cultural review site back to the world, which she helped found with critics carl wilson and chris randle. she also collaborates with the musician ryan kamstra, with the toronto lecture series trampoline hall and with the writer sheila heti on various projects including the production front, where they initiate projects with other artists. in the spring 2014, coach house press will launch a large book of her paintings, i could see everything: the paintings of margaux williamson. this exhibition catalogueincludes 46 paintings, an introduction from ann marie pena who curated the series, along with essays from leanne shapton, mark greif, david balzer and chris kraus and. these paintings will be presented in a solo exhibition at mulherin+pollard gallery in new york.