Studio Sixty Six
Joani Tremblay  

Joani Tremblay

Joani Tremblay is an artist and curator living in Montreal. She is an MFA candidate at Concordia University with an art practice based in drawing, print media and installation. She creates spaces and landscapes on paper presented as installations. Tremblay’s work has been shown in Tokyo (3331 Arts Chiyoda), New York City (DRAFTspace), Denton, Texas (tAd Gallery) and throughout Canada in Toronto (Open Studio Gallery), Montreal (Parisian Laundry) and soon in Edmonton (Latitude 53). Tremblay has also done artist residencies in Tokyo and Berlin. Her work is part of the Loto-Québec Collection and numerous national and international private collections. She is the recipient of the Vladimir J. Elgart Graduate Scholarship and a research grant from The Fonds de recherche du Québec - Société et culture.


Prioritizing Connoisseurship Of The Mainstream
Relational Aesthetics Or the Posing of an Artist-Constructed Social Experience As Art Making
The Maker, Debutante and Paparazzo