Margaux Williamson was born in Pittsburgh. Her first book of paintings, I Could See Everything, was published alongside shows at the Mulherin + Pollard Gallery in New York, and Frith Street Gallery in London, UK. Her feature-length film, Teenager Hamlet, premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and is archived on UbuWeb. She also writes film reviews. She was artist in residence at the Art Gallery of Ontario and at the Klondike Institute for Arts & Culture in the Yukon. Her work has been covered by BOMB Magazine, New York Magazine, Vogue, The New York Times, The Believer, The Huffington Post, and more. She lives in Toronto.
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