About - Malka Greene

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'web @ malkanet.com' or find me on Twitter, @malkagreene.

I am a Toronto-based artist, writer and curator, working primarily with lens-based media. My work explores memory and identity, technology, perception and relationships. In addition to working as an artist, I am Associate Campaign Director at The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, where I have worked in the Major and Estate Giving team since 2011.

Malka Greene: CV

Selected Group Exhibitions

2017 The Readable City, Angell Gallery, Toronto

2016 Photorama, Gallery TPW, Toronto

2015 Erratics (His Father Over Time ), Koffler Gallery, Toronto
         Photorama, Gallery TPW, Toronto

2014 Photorama, Gallery TPW, Toronto

2007 BETA in Beta, InterAccess, Toronto
         Photorama, Gallery TPW, Toronto

Curatorial Projects

2010 Some Kind of Divine (photographs by Ruth Kaplan), IMA Gallery, Ryerson University, Toronto

2008 Refractions, IMA Gallery, Ryerson University, Toronto
         Maximum Exposure, Gallery 1313, Toronto

2006 Buildings That Spin, p|m Gallery, Toronto

Publications and Media

2015 Grief, Amy. “Photo Exhibit Centres on the Notion of Memory.” Canadian Jewish News, May 6, Toronto

2010 Goorevitch, Dan. "Review: Some Kind of Divine." Overful.Blogspot.Ca, May 15, Toronto

2008 Bailey, Cameron, Flava: Wedge Curatorial Projects (1997-2007). Edited by Elizabeth Harney. Toronto: Wedge Curatorial Projects
          Greenwod, Amy. “Refractions: Not Just for Prisms Anymore.” The Eyeopener, January 16, Toronto

2007 Baron, Matt. “Buildings That Spin.” Green & White, University of Saskatchewan Alumni Magazine, Winter Issue, Saskatoon

2006 Dault, Gary Michael. Globe & Mail, R11, August 5, Toronto
          Jager, David. “Playing Architect.” Now Magazine, August 10, Toronto
         Goddard, Peter. “Proof that buildings are not inanimate objects.” Toronto Star, August 12, Toronto

Selected Essays and Articles

2015 Mirror Images: Exploring Erratics, catalogue essay for Erratics, Koffler Gallery, Toronto

2010 Humanity is the Message and the Medium, catalogue essay for Some Kind of Divine, IMA Gallery, Toronto

2008 Refracting the Mood, curatorial essay accompanying Refractions, IMA Gallery, Toronto
          Give It Up (Toronto vs. Buffalo), review of Jessica Thompson’s performance piece at p|m  Gallery, Toronto

2006 No More Corner Offices, curatorial essay accompanying Buildings That Spin, p|m Gallery, Toronto


Bachelor of Fine Art (Honours), New Media, 2006
Ryerson University

Diploma, Applied Photography (Honours), 2000
Sheridan College


2014 - Present: Gallery TPW, Board of Directors

2008 - 2009: InterAccess, Board of Directors

Photographs are held in several private and corporate collections.

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