Angie Quick
Angie Quick (b. 1989) is an artist based in London, Ontario. Her practice encompasses painting as well as performance. Quick’s work explores tenderness and intimacy both historically and contemporaneously.

In February 2023 Musuem London featured Quick’s work in a solo exhibition “make me less evil”.  Recent solo exhibitions include “The Moonlight Made Me Do It” at the McIntosh Gallery in 2021 and “when i die i will have loved everything”, curated by Matthew Ryan Smith, Glenhyrst Gallery, Brantford, ON in 2019. She is the recipient of multiple grants and was short-listed for Tracey Emin Artist Residency in 2022.  Her work is in the collections of Museum London and the McIntosh Gallery at Western University.

Selected Works


Angie Quick

January 4 - February 24 - 2024

Angie Quick “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes”

Angie Quick's current exhibition is a visceral exploration of happiness and joy. Words Fest Conversation with Angie Quick on Feb 22 @7pm.

Angie Quick

January 5 - February 25 - 2023

Angie Quick “A Life Of Crime”

Magical and dream-like, Angie Quick's new paintings explore plush interior spaces that suggest both the absence and presence of a figure.


Curriculum Vitae


in 1989 in Calgary, Lives in London, ON

Solo Exhibitions

2024 Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
2023 my horniness is the only thing keeping me alive, Ellephant Gallery, Montreal, QC
2023 make me less evil, curated by Andrew Kear,  Museum London, London, ON
2023 a life of crime, Michael Gibson Gallery, London, ON
2022 the moonlight made me do it, curated by Helen Gregory, McIntosh Gallery, Western University, ON
2019 effects of excess crying on the landscape, Westland Gallery, London ON
2016 A Study in Ruin, Good Sport, London, ON

Group Exhibitions

2025 TBA curated by Andil Gosine, Museum of the Americas, Washington, D.C.
2022 Natures Wild (duets) curated by Andil Gosine, Niagara Artists Centre, St. Catherine’s
2019 when i die i will have loved everything, curated by Matthew Ryan Smith, Glenhyrst Gallery, Brantford, ON
2018 The Affective Pull, curated by Brody Weaver, Satellite Project Space, London ON
2018 Impossible Expectations, curated by Abedar Kamgari, James Gallery, Hamilton Artists Inc., Hamilton, ON
​2017 What is Left? What is Right? curated by Jenna Faye Powell and Christina Battle, Forest City Gallery, London, ON
2017 Soft Craft, curated by Megan Arnold and Taylor Doyle, Good Sport, London, ON
2016 Ghost Story, curated by Blair Swann, Xpace Culture Centre, Toronto, ON
2016 Portraits, self and others (it’s complicated), curated by James Patten, McIntosh Gallery, London, ON


2023 Art Now! A Conversation with Angie Quick, Museum London, London, ON
2023 Doubleheader artist talk & tour: a life of crime & make me less evil, MGG & Museum London, London, ON
2022 Artists in Conversation: Margaux Williamson with Angie Quick at Museum London, London, ON


2022 OAC Visual Artists Creation Project (emerging)

2020 OAC Visual Artists Creation Project (emerging)

2018 OAC Visual Artists Creation Project (emerging)

2017 London Art Council: CAIP Category 2 Project Grant

2016 London Art Council: CAIP Category 2 Project Grant

2016 OAC Emerging Visual Artist


2022 short-listed for Tracey Emin Artist Residency


Faflak, Joel, “Angie Quick”, Border Crossings Magazine, Issue #162, 2023


McIntosh Gallery
Museum London

Private Collections


New VIDEO: Angie Quick

Watch our newest video featuring Angie Quick


Angie Quick Words Fest Talk

Join us on February 22 for an intimate conversation with Angie Quick & Andrew Kear.



Border Crossings

Angie Quick

Crossovers: Angie Quick

August 2023

Joel Faflak


Femme Art Review

Make Me Less Evil: In Conversation with Angie Quick

April 2023

Adi Berardini



Angie Quick: Words Fest Talk

On February 22, 2024 curator Andrew Kear and Angie Quick sat down for a Words Fest conversation about her MGG exhibit "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".

Angie Quick: Smoke Gets In Your Eyes

Angie Quick provides a behind the scenes tour of her exhibition "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".  In the video she talks about combining luxurious interiors with her sumptuous figures, the impact of her colour and how the paintings are lyrical.