La chose en soi
11 juin - 24 septembre, 2017
Commissaire Eve De Garie-Lamanque.Dans l’exposition La Chose en soi*, dix artistes sont réunis et repensent la nature et la dynamique des relations entre l’objet et l’individu.
Michel de Broin (Québec), CFCF (Michael Silver – Québec), Cozic (Québec), Jacinthe Lessard-L (Québec), Micah Lexier (Ontario), Axel Lieber (Allemagne et Suède), Kristin Nelson (Manitoba), James Nizam (Colombie-Britannique), Roula Partheniou (Ontario) et Michael A. Robinson (Québec).
March - April, 2017
Winnipeg's only 24-hour gallery run by Kegan McFadden and Divya Mehra, Window, featured Dear Cheryl, a glow in the dark, sequined elevator blanket.
Superimposition: image and Sculpture
October 1, 2016 to January 1, 2017
Curated by Jenifer Papararo, Plug In ICA. Nadia Belerique, Valérie Blass, Ursula Johnson, Kelly Lycan, Ursula Mayer, Kristin Nelson, Dominique Rey and Andrea Roberts are connected in Superimposition: Sculpture and Image as artists who contend with the spatial terms of sculpture while also contemplating the flat surface of images.
September 16 to November 13, 2016
Group exhibition, IDEA/EXCHANGE, Cambridge, ON. Juried by Sarah Quinton, Artist/Curatorial Director, Textile Museum of Canada (Toronto, ON) and Jaime Angelopoulos, Artist (Toronto, ON). a biennial juried exhibition of contemporary Canadian fibre art. It is a showcase of the most current and versatile approaches to fibre as a medium.
Make Work at Actual Gallery, Winnipeg, MB.
November 13 - December 20, 2014
Make Work is show in conjunction with Neil Farber and Michael Dumontier's exhibit, Blanket Statements.
Make - Soft at RAW Gallery, Winnipeg, MB.
September 12 - October 17, 2014
The exhibition Make - Soft was a response to the physical space of RAW gallery in an attempt to make it softer.
Actual Grand Opening Exhibition
July 24 - August 30, 2014
This inaugural exhibition serves as an exciting introduction to Actual's roster of artists, featuring new work by Ted Barker,
Scott Benesiinaabandan, Paul Butler, Michael Dumontier,
Derek Dunlop, William Eakin, Erica Eyres, Neil Farber, Jeanette Johns, Krisjanis Kaktins-Gorsline, Wanda Koop, Sylvia Matas, Shaun Morin, Kristin Nelson, Paul Robles, Mélanie Rocan, Suzie Smith and Robert Taite.
Roche, Papier, Ciseaux at La maison des artistes visuels francophones, Winnipeg, MB.
19 juin - 28 aout, 2014
L’exposition « Roche, Papier, Ciseaux » rassemble des œuvres de trois artistes de chez nous : Kristin Nelson, David Perrett et Gaëtanne Sylvester. Quoique leur média et leurs recherches diffèrent l’un de l’autre, ces trois artistes s’inspirent et utilisent de technique et média souvent dit « artisanal » pour créer leurs œuvres.
Ras le bol! at Skol, Montreal, QC.
April 18 - May 17, 2014
Skol invited Montreal curator Ève Dorais to bring together a selection of emerging artists in response to the theme of The Artist in Dangerous Times. This multidisciplinary exhibition features work by Louis Boutin, Isabelle Guimond, Whitney Lafleur, Isabelle Mathieu, Kristin Nelson, Aurélien Monsarrat and Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa.
Collision 10 at Parisian Laundry, Montreal, QC.
February 26 - March 15, 2014
Collision brings together a selection of graduating students from Montreal Master of Fine Arts Programs, curated by Parisian Laundry's director Jeanie Riddle.
Work at Parlour, Winnipeg, MB.
October 25 - December 6, 2013
Three hand-woven cotton replicas of paper are on display, developed in multiples and numbered in series. Each series, given a different value, by the artist, stands in relationship to its individual purpose of production.
Concordia University, Deskilling and Reskilling of Artistic Production Research Workshop
November 1 - 16, 2013
Devon Knowles and Luanne Martineau are workshop leaders in "The Deskilling and Reskilling of Artistic Production Research Workshop". This workshop "will focus specifically on how contemporary artists are revisiting the skill of making as a place from which to critique or react to the post-digital age of software-specific art and design, consumerism, condensed time, and globalism." Please click on the link for more information.
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Ball Auction
October 19, 2013
See Legal Paper (The Donation Series) at work at this years Winnipeg Art Gallery Ball and Auction.
Within/Without a Tumbler Exhibition
An online group exhibition, curated by Travis McEwen and Beth Frey, explores ideas of alternate communities. "By creating Within/Without, we are participating in the circulation of cultural texts that aid in the formation and articulation of queer feminist communities and discourse." Featured in this exhibit are Sharlene Bamboat, Melisa Brittain and Lucas Crawford, Dana Dal Bo, Dayna Danger, Ali El-Darsa, Ted Kerr, Melissa Levin, Sarah Mangle, Kristin Nelson and Anahita Norouzi.