Marlon Kroll

Marlon Kroll is a German-born Canadian artist who lives and works in Montreal. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Concordia University and has benefited from several creative residencies, most recently at Fonderie Darling, which will soon come to an end. In the course of her young career, the artist has received numerous awards, including the William and Meredith Saunderson Prizes for Emerging Artists from the prestigious Hnatyshyn Foundation. His work was discovered at the alternative center in Montreal in 2017 and has since been shown in Europe, the United States and Canada. 

Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal is the generous sponsor of Marlon Kroll’s studio in 2022. Marlon Kroll’s studio was sponsored by the generous support of Georges Drolet in 2021 and by The Flora Ann Birks Foundation in 2018 and 2019.


Marlon Kroll is a German/Canadian artist living and working in Montreal. Kroll holds a BFA in Fine Arts (Ceramics concentration) from Concordia University. In 2020, Marlon Kroll received the William and Meredith Saunderson Prize for Emerging Artists from the Hnatyshyn Foundation.

Recent exhibitions


Fireflies, solo exhibition, Parc Offsite, Montreal (CA)


The Kroll Show, duo exhibition with Bryce Kroll, Gern En Regalia, New York (US)

Trees that Worry, solo exhibition, Projet Pangee, Montréal (CA)

Receiver, solo exhibition, Gallery Accapela, Naples (IT)


Rifts, hovels, a sighing tide, Afternoon Projects, Vancouver 

Everything Merges, Emerges, then Fades Again, Group show, Fonderie Darling (Place Publique), Montreal 


Flat File, Camayuhs, Atlanta, GA 

Maison Modèle, Centre Clark, Montreal, QC

La Machine Qui Enseignait Des Airs Aux Oiseaux, group show, Musée d’art Contemporain de Montreal, Montreal QC 

[TBT], group show, Cassandra Cassandra, Toronto, ON 


sunrise it cryztallise, Parisian Laundry, Montreal

Red Sky at Morning, group show, Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, New York (US)

Gestures of Comfort, group show, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal

Thirsty Things, Clint Roenisch, Toronto, ON


Épisode Laurier, group show, Montreal

No Sun No Stars, No Anchor No Guide, Queenspecific, Toronto (ON)

Whose line is it anyway?, with Joy Walker, 8eleven, Toronto (ON)

Hopping The Twig, group show, Calaboose, Montreal

Summer, group show, Galerie René Blouin, Montreal

A Place in The Country, group show, Clint Roenisch, Toronto (ON)


To Everything A Season, To Everything A Stain,, Montreal

Vacancy, group show, Bunker 2, Toronto (ON)

Making Spaces, group show, FOFA Gallery, Montreal