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Sarindar Dhaliwal

Sarindar Dhaliwal is a Toronto-based artist. She was born in the Punjab, raised in London, England and has lived in Canada since 1968. Dhaliwal received her BFA with a concentration in sculpture at University College Falmouth, UK, and her MFA from York University. She is currently enrolled in the Cultural Studies PhD program at Queens University.

Dhaliwal has exhibited widely in Canada since the 1980s. A retrospective exhibition, entitled the Radcliffe Line and other Geographies, curated by Marcie Bronson (Rodman Hall, Brock University in St. Catherines) toured to the Reach in Abbotsford, BC and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa in 2015-16.  More recently, she participated in the following group shows: Yonder (Koffler Gallery, Toronto 2016), Form Follows Fiction: Art and Artists in Toronto(Art Museum at the University of Toronto, 2016) and India Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art, FotoFest 2018 Biennal (Asia Society Texas Center, Houston, Texas).


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