10 Things (You May or May Not Know) About CORNO

Posted on July 11, 2014 by Diana Eskander | 2 Comments

  1. Corno peint professionnellement depuis 40 ans.
  2. En 1992, elle s’installe à New York, où elle habite toujours.
  3. Corno était l’artiste invitée au Pavillon du Québec à l’Expo 86 de Vancouver.
  4. Paris, Londres. Monaco, Singapour, Venise, Genève, Miami, Dubaï, Hong Kong et Séoul sont parmi les nombreuses villes du monde ou Corno a présenté des expositions.
  5. En 2009, Corno présente sa première exposition a Dubaï.
  6. La même année, le Festival International de Jazz de Montréal lui commande une oeuvre  pour célébrer son 30 ième anniversaire.
  7. En 2010, Corno publie son premier livre : « Cornographie », qui raconte ses débuts à New York.
  8. Deux ans plus tard, Corno collabore avec Lancôme pour créer l’emballage d’une nouvelle ligne de maquillage.
  9. En 2013, le film-documentaire CORNO est à l’affiche; nous voyons l’artiste en préparation pour sa prochaine exposition à New York.
  10. Corno est admirée par de nombreuses célébrités, et plusieurs personnalités ont fait l’acquisition de ses oeuvres originales : Lionel Richie, Gérard Lenorman, Lise Watier, Dominique Michel et Geneviève Borne font partie de ses clients et amis.

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  1. Corno has been painting professionally, for over 40 years.
  2. In 1992 she moved to New York City, where she still resides until this day.
  3. Corno was the featured artist at the Quebec Pavillion at Expo 86 in Vancouver.
  4. Paris, London, Monaco, Singapore, Venice, Geneva, Miami, Hong Kong and Seoul are among the many cities in the world, where Corno has exhibited her work.  
  5. In 2009, Corno had her first one-woman show at Opera Gallery in Dubai.
  6. Later that year, the Montreal International Jazz Festival, commissioned a large Corno painting for their 30th Anniversary.
  7. In 2010, Cornographie, a autobiographical account of her beginnings in New York City was published by La Presse Edition.
  8. Two years later, Corno was approached by Lancome to collaborate on the packaging of their upcoming collection.
  9. 2013 marked the release of her documentary "Corno", where she can be seen preparing for her upcoming exhibition.
  10. She is admired by world renowned celebrities, such as Lionel Richie, Genevieve Borne, Lise Watier, Dominique Michel and Gerard Lenorman, to name a few – whom also own Corno originals.

Posted in AKA Gallery, Art, Artist, Big Apple, Corno, Corno Studio, Documentary, Marilyn Monroe, Montreal, New York City, NYC, Paintings, Studio


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Manon marcoux
Manon marcoux

July 06, 2014

I was at AKA yesterday and loved it……

Jules Ferlatte
Jules Ferlatte

July 06, 2014

And the eleventh thing about Corno; I just love her.

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