The Arch, 2020
Acrylic and acrylic transfert on wood panel
About the Artist
Véronique Chagnon Côté (b.1986, Canada) is a contemporary visual artist. She completed a B.A. at Université du Québec (2009), and holds an MFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University (2016). These works were featured in solo exhibitions at FOFA gallery in Montreal (2020), at Zalucky Contemporary in Toronto (2016), Circa Gallery in Montréal (2016), as well as several collective exhibitions such as 3D and OG KUSH with Alfa Gallery (Miami, E-U.), The Velvet Ropes Project (Copenhaguen, Danemark), The Garden of Speculations at Articule (Montréal). She was the recipient of the Elizabeth Greendshields Foundation (2020) and the Dale and Nick Tedeschi Studio Arts Fellowship (2014-2015). Her work is found in public collections, Prêt d’oeuvres d’art Collection of Museum of Fine Arts of Québec City, Art Contemporary Collection of City Hall Gallery of Ottawa, as well of numerous private collections. Véronique lives and works in Montreal, Canada.
About the Artwork
Two-dimensional planes are projected in this world as material and raised in three dimensions. They turn into a hypothetical place which, filtered by virtual technology, acquires a new identity. Architecture becomes an immutable setting which allows me to stage other personal inclinations: romanticism, modernity, nature, construction, feminism.