Wall works and installation
Works on paper
Art in public space




b. 1981, Koszalin Poland

Born in Poland and raised in Canada, Dagmara Genda continues to move between Guelph, Canada and Berlin. Her work has been shown primarily in Canada but also in the US and Germany. Genda has exhibited at the Walter Phillips Gallery at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Remai Modern (Saskatoon), Esker Foundation (Calgary) and the Arp Museum in Remagen, Germany.

2019 : 3. Prize for the design of the Chemnitz Market Fountain for the City of Chemnitz
2019 : 2. Prize for the design of the floor for the Bundesministerium des Innern (The Ministry of the Interior), Berlin
2019 : Project funding for the presentation of visual art / Förderung für die Präsentation der bildenden Kunst,
2019 : Senatverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, City of Berlin
2018 : Short-listed for the International Awards in Art Criticism, an award co-organized by Shanghai 21st Century Minscheng Art
2019 : Museum and The School of Fine Art, Royal College of Art
2017 : Canada Council Project Grant
2016 : Ontario Arts Council Mid-Career Visual Arts Grant
2016 : Fellowship, Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral
2015 : Vermont Studio Center Fellowship supported by the Joan Mitchell Foundation
2014 : Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
2014 : Saskatchewan Arts Board Established Artist Grant
2014 : Canada Council International Residency Production Grant
2013 : Access Copyright Foundation Professional Development Grant
2012 : Saskatchewan Arts Board Established Artist Creative Grant
2012 : Canada Council Project Grant
2011 : Winner of 3rd Ward's 2011 Open Call, Brooklyn
2010 : 3rd Place at the 56th Annual Juried Art Show, Durham Art Guild, US

2018 : Everything That's Lost, solo exhibition, aceartinc., Winnipeg, CA
2015 : cutting out the snow, vitrine installation at Gallery 44, Toronto, CA
2015 : Beating the Bush, Dunlop Art Gallery, Sherwood Branch, Regina, CA
2015 : Baby, it's cold inside, Aquarium Gallery Project Space, Ann Arbor Arts Center, Ann Arbor, US
2015 : Panorama Defsup Art Gallery, Thunder Bay, CA
2013 : cutting out the snow, Make Work Projects project space installation, Saskatoon, CA
2013 : Scenic Route, The Esker Foundation, Calgary, CA
2013 : Memoirs of a Time of Immaturity, Line Gallery, North Bay, CA
2012 : Tracing Tomorrow, KWT Contemporary, Toronto, CA
2011 : Building Disaster 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, US
2011 : From Venus to the Gods Headbones Gallery, Vernon, CA
2010 : Building Disaster, Stride Gallery, Calgary, CA
2008 : Screamers and Bangers : The Wallpaper Project, Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, CA

2019 : In & Out of Saskatchewan, Art Museum at the University of Toronto, Toronto, CA
2019 : Etwas kam auf uns zu (Something was coming upon us), Englische Strasse 29, Berlin, DE
2018 : Ritualia, Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, Kingston, CA
2017 : Was sich abzeichnet, Forum Alte Post, Pirmasens, DE
2017: Was sich abzeichnet, Arp Museum Bahnhof of Rolandseck, Remagen, DE
2017 : Made In Balmoral, Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems, DE
2016 : Assemble: Five years of contemporary Canadian drawing Art Gallery of Sudbury, Sudbury, CA
2015 : The Sky is the Limit Remai Modern, Saskatoon, CA
2014 :Curiouser & Curiouser Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery, Sarnia, CA
2014 : Ecotopia, Kenderdine and College Art Galleries, Saskatoon, CA
2013 : Ecotopia, Nickle Galleries, Calgary, CA
2013 : Ecotopia, Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge, CA
2013 : No Overnight Camping, Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton, CA
2012 : Ecotopia, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Kitchener, CA
2012 : Unplanned Architectures, Neutral Ground, Regina, CA
2011 : Summer Group Show, KWT Contemporary, Toronto, CA
2010 : 56th Annual Juried Art Show, Durham Art Guild, Durham, US
2010 : Under Skirt: A Peek at the Institution of Art Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, CA
2010 : Beyond the Mountain Two Rivers Gallery, Prince George, CA
2010 : upArt, Gladstone Hotel, Toronto, CA
2010 : Liminal Place Artspace, Peterborough, CA
2010 : Homelands, Modern Fuel, Kingston, CA
2010 : Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition's Best of '09 First Canada Place, Toronto, CA
2009 : Order/Chaos, Xpace Cultural Centre, Toronto, CA
2009 : Birds, Forest City Gallery, London, CA
2007 : Shift, Gales Gallery, York University, Toronto, CA
2007 : The Emerging Landscape, Nickle Galleries, Calgary, CA

2018 : Poems About Forgetting, an artist project for Forgetting – Brumaria #9, a publication of essays about forgetting
2018 : (Madrid, Spain).
2016 : Reorganization of One Hedge, artist project for BlackFlash Magazine, 33.3 (Summer 2016)

2020 : Reorganization of One Hedge, public art project for Kennedy Station on the Toronto Subway, organized by Metrolinx
2014 : It Should Always Be This Way, Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener & Area Biennial, Kitchener, CA
2011 : "Building Disaster," vinyl wall work in 421 W22nd Street, New York, NY
2011 : Vinyl wall work at 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, US

2010 : London Consortium, University of London, London UK,
2010 : Masters of Research w/ Distinction in Humanities and Cultural Studies
2007 : The University of Western Ontario, London CA, Masters of Fine Arts
2005 : University of Manitoba, Winnipeg CA, Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours

2016 : Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Bad Ems, DE
2015 : Plug In Summer Institute, Winnipeg, CA
2015 : Vermont Studio Center Artist Residency; Johnson, US
2015 : Banff Artist in Residence, Banff Centre, Banff, CA
2014 : MacDowell Colony Residency; Peterborough, US
2014 : Canada Council International Residency at Acme Studios, London, UK
2014 : Winterjourney, Banff Centre Thematic Residency, Banff, CA
2013 : Residency and 2nd biannual Art Festival at XuCun Commune, China
2011 : Artist in Residence at 3rd Ward, Brooklyn, US
2008 : Making Artistic Inquiry Visible, Thematic Residency at the Banff Centre, Banff, CA

Saskatchewan Arts Board
Various private collections

2019 : Trebing, Saskia. Review of Etwas kam auf uns zu in Monopol Online (February 12, 2019)
2019 : "Haus mit Gesicht und Geschichte," by Marie Kaiser in Deutschlandfunk (February 11, 2019)
2018 : Stelman, Elyssa. Review of Everything That's Lost in Border Crossings Issue 147, V. 37, No. 3 (August 2018)
2018 : Everything That's Lost, a response by Daniel Colussi for aceartinc., Winnipeg, Critical Distance , 23:3 (2018)
2018 : Konadu, Luther. Review of Everything That's Lost at aceartinc., Akimblog (March 7, 2018)
2016 : Ehleiter, Regine. Was sich abzeichnet, Catalogue as part of the exhibition organized by Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral
2016 : (February, 2017).
2016 : Artist Portfolio in The Rusty Toque, Issue 11 (December 2016)
2015 : Timmons, Leila. Interview for Gallery 44, Toronto ON. October 24, 2015.
2013 : Burke, Amanda. Interview in conjunction with the exhibition Memoirs of Immaturity
2013 : at the Line Gallery, North Bay ON, 2013.
2013 : Vogl, Rhiannon. "Breaking it down" in Get Guerilla : Culture at Ground Level Volume 10, no. 37, Fall 2013.
2013 : Bessai, Margaret. "Artist Profile" in Galleries West Vol 12, No 2. Summer 2013.
2013 : Vegh, Stephanie. Review of No Overnight Camping at Hamilton Artists Inc. in Akimblog, February 26, 2013.
2012 : Interviewed by Dudi Talin on the Gallery Hop, ArtSync TV, Roger's Cable. January 25, 2012.
2012 : Vaughan, R.M.. Review published in The Globe and Mail. Saturday, January 27, 2012.
2011 : Images published in Input Journal, New York, Summer 2011.
2010 : Symko, Riva. "Drawing Timeless : Mythology & Homelands" Anecdotia : the abstract aesthetics of everyday life.
2010 : October 20, 2010.
2010 : Tousley, Nancy. "Drawings add new edge to Stalin's 'gifts': Underlying narrative runs through work by Dagmara Genda." 2010 : Calgary Herald. March 21, 2010.
2009 : Burisch, Nicole. "Review of Screamers and Bangers: The Wallpaper Project." Shotgunreview.ca. February 16, 2009.

-My piece Limp Landscape will be part of the group show In & Out of Saskatchewan at the Art Museum of the University of Toronto.

-I have been shortlisted for the International Awards in Art Criticism. Read the article here.