Visual arts



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May 24, 2014 to June 28, 2014

For the past years, Nathalie Grimard has been exploring themes relating to dreamlike states and vulnerability. In doing so, she questions our awareness about aging and the passing of time. Her visual constructions include objects and everyday images which are chosen for their power of recollection.

Nathalie Grimard received the Pierre-Ayot award in 2001, this prize being offered by the City of Montreal, in collaboration with the Contemporary Art Galleries Association,to promising young artists. That same year, she participated in the group show Metamorphosis and Cloning at the Contemporary Art Museum of Montreal. In 2007, she presented her works at Centre national de la recherche et de diffusion en arts contemporains numériques (Alma) and participated at the Biennale du lin (Portneuf, Quebec). Recently, she presented the exhibition Chimères in 2010 and La lenteur et autres soubresauts in 2013, at Galerie Troins Points. Her works is represented in many private collections, including the Collection du Prêt d'oeuvre d'art, the City of Montreal and the collection of Hydro-Quebec.