Thank you to Whitehot Magazine and artist Richard Pasquarelli for an engaging conversation with PMG artist Antonietta Grassi.
Our sincere thanks to the Editorial team at ARTFORUM MAGAZINE for selecting Grassi's exhibition ZIP STACK FLOW as their MUST SEE for the month of November 2022.
Antonietta Grassi was chosen with a dozen other artists to represent Canada in the Canadian Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai (1 October 2021 – 31 March 2022). The theme was Future in Mind. Click on the link above to see the promo video. The artists work flys by at 30 seconds.
Montreal artist ANTONIETTA GRASSI is reviewed in the Spring 2021 issue of Esse Arts et Opinions magazine as part of the (Re) Seeing Painting issue The review by Montreal art historian and writer Amanda Beattie delves into Grassi's practice as an abstract painter whose work reflects on technology, women and labour, her personal history and the history of abstract painting.
Global Affairs Canada has purchased two significant works of artist Antonietta Grassi for their international art collection. The painting,"ADA (After Lovelace)", (Acrylic, Oil and Ink on Linen, 84 x 80 Inches, 2019) will be on view at the Canadian Pavillion at the international expo EXPO 2020 DUBAI UAE in Dubai. The theme of this edition's Pavillion will be " The Future in Mind" and will run from October 1, 2021, to March 31, 2022. After it's debut at Expo Dubai 2020, the painting will join the Global Affairs Canada permanent collection and will be installed at one of its emabassies around the globe.
LIFELINES by Montreal artist ANTONIETTA GRASSI is reviewed in the November 2020 issue of ARTFORUM magazine as part of the critic's picks. The review by Montreal and New York art critic and writer ARA OSTERWEIL delves into Grassi's practice as an abstract painter. To read the full article click on the VIEW MORE link below.
The Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec has purchased the work "Measuring Up", 2019, for their contemporary art collection.
Antonietta Grassi's exhibition, "Contemplation for obsolete Objects" at Patrick Mikhail Gallery in Montreal was the subject of an article in Vie des Arts magazine by Charlotte L'heureux. In "L'Obsolescence en suspens", the author explores the roots of Grassi's work, influenced by architecture and textile.
Antonietta Grassi's exhibition, "Contemplation for obsolete Objects; Postscript " at Harcourt House in Edmonton, Alberta was the subject of an article in Akimbo.ca by Lyndsey Sorell.
Antonietta Grassi's exhibition, "Contemplation for Obsolete Objects; Postscript " at Harcourt House in Edmonton, Alberta was the subject of an article in Daze magazine by Chelsea Novack