Corno exploded onto the art scene in the 1980s and has been at full throttle ever since. Her bold post-pop idiom has been her signature style. She spawned a new art movement and has influenced several generations of artists. Corno was rapidly propelled to the international stage through Opera Gallery which represented her in iconic cities such as New York, London, Paris, Venice, Monaco, Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul and Dubai.
Corno’s exhibitions have maintained a steady pace for over 35 years and she is known throughout the world. Her work has reached a level of maturity and assurance that continues to attract new audiences and collectors. With so much wind in her sails, she took the bold step of representing herself since 2006 at AKA Gallery in Montreal.
2015: Markovicz Fine Art Gallery Miami Art Basel event.
Corno Live Painting event and fundraiser at AKA Gallery for the Maisonneuve Rosemont Hospital Foundation; Corno painted live male models in front of 300 people. Hot, sexy, provocative, and successful. Celebrity turn-out full of glitz and glam, and a frantic media blitz.
2014: Creative Chaos Quin Hotel New York. A breath of fresh air sweeping over everything.
Special guest Une heure sur terre Radio-Canada where Corno acted as tour guide of some of her favorite NYC hot spots.
Infra Series AKA Gallery, brilliant infrared and ultraviolet series of paintings; Blondes Have More Fun Opera Gallery New York proving the truth of the saying.
2013: Documentary film Corno directed by Guy Édoin FIFA premiere (International Festival of Films on Art); winner of the Audience Award.
Opera Gallery Dubai A Piece of Canada, sponsored by the Embassy of Canada to the United Arab Emirates and the Consulate General of the UAE. Joint exhibition of three artists reflecting the diversity, passion, experience and energy of Canadian art.
2012: Collaboration with Lancôme for the creation of a new line of products based on a Corno mural. Her hot pink palette inspired a luscious bright pink lipstick.
Her second guest appearance at Luminato Festival in Toronto.
2011: Céline for the Children, fundraiser organized by Céline Dion and René Angélil. Record price set for a Corno painting; special private performance by Céline Dion.
Québec in Hollywood, a showcase of Quebec artists, including the Cirque du Soleil, sponsored by the Quebec Minister of Culture Christine St-Pierre.
Marilyn Monroe Collection David Lawrence Gallery Beverly Hills and Roosevelt Hotel, Los Angeles.
2010: Opera Gallery Hong Kong, In the Mood for Art.
International Design Fair of Montréal exhibition and fundraiser for Haiti eathquake survivors.
Portrait of rock star Éric Lapointe for his CD Le Ciel de mes combats.
Publication of Cornographie, whimsical autobiographical account published by Éditions La Presse in a writing style as colorful as her paintings.
2009: Guest artist Montreal International Jazz Festival 30th anniversary celebrations; commission of Face for Jazz.
Two joint exhibitions: Opera Gallery Singapore Corno & Ali Esmaeilipour and Opera Gallery Dubai Corno & Wang Yehan.
Thompson Landry Gallery Toronto 10th anniversary celebrations featuring Corno.
High-powered interview with the irreverant Guy A. Lepage on legendary talk show Tout le monde en parle CBC Radio-Canada.
2008: Opera Gallery Paris Corno and Moz, Opera Gallery New York MADE IN NY, a rare group exhibition where her works were juxtaposed with those of the American masters who influenced her. Opera Gallery New York Roc-Roussey & Corno.
2007: Guest of honour, Fido Spot Toronto; her works were projected on the largest outdoor digital screen in Canada.
Luminato Festival of Arts and Creativity of Toronto and Thompson Landry Gallery Toronto.
2006: Guest artist Cirque du Soleil premiere of Alegría Royal Albert Hall, London.
Opera Gallery London and Hong Kong.
Left Coast Gallery Los Angeles.
Opening of AKA Gallery in Montreal. The event made the evening news on most of the major networks.