Jérôme Nadeau

Originally from Lévis (QC), Jérôme Nadeau lives and works in Montreal (QC). He holds a master’s degree in photography from Concordia University (2016). His work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (2020), Galerie René Blouin (2018), Occurrences (Montréal, 2016), Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen (2016), Battat Contemporary (2016), Parisian Laundry (2016), Gallery 44 (2014) and Gallery Monitor (Gothenburg, Sweden, 2014). He is a recipient of the Mildred Lande and Margot Lande Fellowship in Photography (2013) and the Roloff Beny Fellowship in Photography (2015). Jérôme Nadeau is also founder and co-director of soon.tw, a publishing house and distribution space for contemporary art.

Image: Jérôme Nadeau, HGSOT, 2013. Chromogenic dyes and acrylic on unprocessed Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper. 8 x 10 inches.




January 14, 2016 - February 29, 2016

Exploring the spaces between states of being, the exhibition traces the cyclical and vernacular places between appearance and disappearance, presence and absence, construction and deconstruction. Each work questions the currency of permanence. Moving between and within, a new kind of relic is realized, one that is both past and present, confined only to the metamorphic. Featuring works by Mary Grisey,  Faye Mullen, Jérôme Nadeau, and Deborah Wang. Curated by Noa Bronstein.

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