Artist Talk with Joani Tremblay
Saturday July 14
Join us at the gallery for a conversation with the artist Joani Tremblay, on the occasion of the last day of her solo exhibition.
Joani Tremblay is a Montreal-based artist who received an MFA from Concordia University (2017) and was the recipient of the Vladimir J. Elgart Graduate Scholarship and the Quebec Master Research Fellowship (FRQSC). Tremblay’s work has been shown in Los Angeles (Kantor LA), New York City (NADA NY), Stockholm (Pony Sugar), Romania (Bucharest Art Week), Mexico City (Material Art Fair), Tokyo (3331 Arts Chiyoda), Montreal (Parisian Laundry) and Edmonton (Latitude 53). In 2017 she was a finalist for the RBC Painting Competition, which included a group presentation at the National Gallery of Canada. She has participated in residencies in Los Angeles, Berlin and Tokyo, and has an upcoming residency at The New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation in New York in January 2019. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards, the most recent of which comes from The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation (2018). She operates the artist project space Projet Pangée with Julie Côté in Montreal. Her work is in the current group exhibition Real Shapes curated by Aaron Mulligan at Dateline Gallery in Denver, on view until July 22, 2018.
Tremblay was recently nominated as one of 15 finalists for the 2018 RBC Painting Competition. For more information, click here.