Daley, Cathy "Stylo"
2018, Box mit 13 Archival Pigment Prints, Auflage 30, 26,7 x 20,3 cm | “Stylo” is a new boxed set of 13 digital drawings printed using archival pigment-based inks on archival ultra smooth bright white hahnemuhle paper in an archival box in an edition of 30. The drawings were made in quick memo on a cell phone. Cathy Daley makes drawings and paintings, and collages that draw on art history and popular culture to create a contemporary vision of female sexuality, beauty and power. Blurring the distinctions between object and subject, concrete and abstract, real and imaginary, Daley’s work examines how identity, gender and sense of self are informed by the ways women are represented in art and popular culture.
Cathy Daley lives in Toronto and has been exhibiting her work throughout Canada and internationally since 1980. She has shown in numerous public galleries and museums, artist run centres and commercial galleries including The Power Plant, The Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, The Saidye Bronfman Centre, The Southern Alberta Art Gallery and the University of Toronto Art Centre and Mercer Union and Museum Dhondt Dhaenens in Belgium. Most notably, her work is in the collection of The National Gallery of Canada and The Art Gallery of Ontario as well as many other public institutions and private collections. Her work has been written about in numerous publications such as Art in America, BorderCrossings and Canadian Art Magazine. She has received awards from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council, the Toronto Arts Council and the Bertolt Brecht Fund of Berlin. She is an Associate Professor at the Ontario College of Art and Design University.