Nadia Belerique (born in 1982, Toronto, Canada) lives and works near Toronto. Recent solo exhibitions include Holdings at Arquipélago Contemporary Art Center, Ribeira Grande, Portugal (2021); There’s a Hole In the Bucket, Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto (2019), On Sleep Stones, Grazer Kunstverein, Graz (2018); and The Weather Channel, Oakville Galleries, Oakville (2018). Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, most recently at the New Museum’s 2021 Triennial, Soft Water, Hard Stone. Nadia has completed residencies at Walk&Talk, the Azores, and Fogo Island Arts, Fogo Island, Newfoundland, among others. Her forthcoming exhibition at Fogo Island Arts will be in 2022.
Location: 72 Perth Avenue
Nadia Belerique, working in photography, sculpture, and installation, expands on photographic strategies of framing, aperture, depth, and the distance between objects and their representations. Her works commonly address tenuous relationships between insides and outsides, private and public, exposed and contained. Collaging and piecing together found objects, photographs, and stained glass,…