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Nicolas Grenier is interested in the links between the systems in which we live – political, economic, cultural and social – and the principles and values in which these systems take root. His job is to translate these concerns into visual or physical form, through a variety of mediums including painting, installation, digital imaging and participatory experiences.
No Horizonis part of a series of metaphysical diagrams that characterizes the artist’s recent work. This is a digital image tailored specifically for the occasion, with a stained wood frame as an integral part of the artwork. It brings together the image and its medium in a field of colors, a microcosm of the artist’s installation approach, which often integrates his work into a modified environment.
Nicolas Grenier is the recipient of the 2016 Pierre-Ayot Award and was a finalist for the 2019 Sobey Art Award. His work has been presented at the Power Plant (Toronto), Commonwealth & Council (Los Angeles), Denny Dimin Gallery (Hong Kong), Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and Bruges Art and Architecture Triennial, among others. He is represented by Bradley Ertaskiran and Luis De Jesus Los Angeles gallery.
No Horizon, 2020, 26 x 28 inches, Inkjet print on Canson Baryta Prestige paper with stained wood frame, $ 1,250.
The price includes a 1 ½ ”stained wood frame and the print is part of a limited edition of 20 copies.