Angela Grossmann is a Vancouver-based visual artist. Over the last two decades her paintings and collages have been the subject of more than 20 solo shows in Canada, the U.S. Europe and Japan beginning with the Young Romantics Exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery (1985). The Art Newspaper (June 2006) included Grossmann on a list of 100 artists who have most influenced students at art schools in Britain (culled from 11 leading British art schools). In 2019 McMaster Museum of Art featured a major exhibition of her work Troublemakers. Grossmann has also recently been included in three Vancouver Art Gallery exhibitions including Unreal that showcased her miniature surrealist paintings.
Grossmann’s work has been the subject of numerous scholarly articles including: Princeton Press: The End of Innocence: Picturing Her (Dr. Loren Lerner)
Le Mois de la Photo: Memoires and Testimonies (Dr. Martha Langford)
Hobo Magazine: Alpha Girls (Sean Starke): Flesh for a Fantasy (Danielle Egan), McMaster Museum of Art: Troublemakers (Dr. Lynn Ruscheinsky).