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Matthew Carver

Canada NetherLands

 

www.matthewcarver.net

 
   
 

He is a Canadian artist, currently based in Berlin. The recipient of awards such as The Canadian Emerging Artist Prize, he has shown and been profiled extensively internationally and his works are held in important collections around the world.The subject matter chosen for his work at the Cairo Biennale centres on riot police from the G20 meeting this past summer in his native city of Toronto, Canada and others standing guard in front of petrol stations in Berlin at May Day rallies in the Kreuzberg neighbourhood where he situates his studio.Known for his large, distorted cityscapes, he has chosen to engage with the Biennale’s questioning in relation to the virtual and real with work that references anamorphosism, distortion and a rapidly expanding world culture of capitalism on hyperdrive. While revealing cracks, and locations of rupture and conflict, painting can be seen as a means of construction that flirts with time.

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