Katja van den Enden is a German-born artist living and working just North of Toronto, Canada. Her practice includes mixed media painting, drawing, collage and sculpture. Her work has been exhibited in public and private galleries since 2002. Among these galleries are Latcham Gallery, Quest Gallery, the Art Gallery of Mississauga, Gallery 1313, Orillia Museum of Art and History, the McKay Art Centre, John B. Aird Gallery.
Katja's work explores psychology, memory, human interaction and connection beyond verbal communication, and most recently fragility.
Katja is a two time finalist of the TD Wealth Art Prize (2018/2019) and a multiple grant recipient of the Ontario Art Council.
2019 Latcham Art Gallery Annual Juried Show Award
2019 Art Gallery of Mississauga Annual Juried Show 2nd Prize
2005 Orillia Museum of Art and History People's Choice Award
2020 Ontario Art Council Exhibition Assistance Grant - solo exhibition at Latcham Gallery
2018 Ontario Art Council Exhibition Assistance Grant - Toronto Artist Project
2017 Ontario Art Council Exhibition Assistance Grant - Toronto Artist Project
2016 Ontario Art Council Exhibition Assistance Grant - Nuit Blanche Toronto
"Between Hope and Time" feature at the Gardiner Museum store
Jan 7 - late February, 2020
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