Nadia Myre is a renowned interdisciplinary artist and Algonquin member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation. As exemplified by seminal works such as Indian Act (2002), The Scar Project (2005-2013), A Casual Reconstruction (2015), and Living with Contradiction (2018) Myre explores the politics of belonging by positioning it within a framework of Indigenous resistance and resilience. Extensively exhibited and collected, Myre’s work can be found in prominent collections such as the Government of Canada (Canadian embassies in New York, London, Paris, and Athens), the National Gallery of Canada, Smithsonian Institute National Museum of American Indian, Kadist Foundation, FRAC, Musée nationale des beaux-arts du Québec, Art Gallery of Ontario, Montreal Art Contemporary, and Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Myre is the recipient of numerous awards, notably the Louis-Comtois Prize (2021), Sobey Art Award (2014) for Canadian artists under 40, and in 2019 was inducted into the Order of Arts and Letters of Québec. Recent commissions include Tell Me of Your Boats and Your Waters – Where Do They Come From, Where Do They Go? (2022) for the Edinburgh Printmakers and Edinburgh Art Festival, Renouée (2021) and Dans l’attente (2019) for the City of Montreal, Volume 0 sponsored by Zuecca Projects for the 2019 Venice Biennale, Code Switching and Other Work (2018) for Glasgow International; Tree of Shifting Forms (2018), Canadian Cultural Centre, Paris. Solo exhibitions include Eyes watching and other work (2021), Art Mûr, Montreal; Listen, speak and sing (2019), Prefix, Toronto; Balancing Acts (2019), Textile Museum, Toronto; Scattered Remains (2017), Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal.
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